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Santa brought us rca pearl th1101 and it says it has 7 different backlit color displays

So yeah i'm supposed to be able to change the color of the background qand the only time we see different colors is when we first turn it on. he really wants the blue background and we can't get it off of the main green display please help!!! we are so unable to locate a number to call rca so i'm out of options. Thank you

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I do not know about the color change but here is the number to RCA main support 580-634-0151

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