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Picture mode changes to zoom by itself

My tv just started changing picture modes by itself. I change it to full mode and it switches to zoom mode. The picture just flickers between the different modes. What could it be? Help!!

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Re: picture mode changes to zoom by itself

It sounds like an eeprom issue. But you can try to reset the set. Turn the set off by the main power on the set. wait a minute or two then together push both the main power button and the standby power button. This should resett the tv. If that doesnt work you will need service as the zoom and the various modes are all controled by the eeprom. Only hold the two buttons for a second. sometimes you will hear the crts discharge while resetting.Hope this helps

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