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How do you diable/turn off the blue light on an

How do you diable/turn off the blue light on the display panel of an Olevia 237t when tv is turned off

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    Thanks - that did the trick

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There should be an "LED setting" in your menu asking whether you want "LED on" or "LED off". there was on mine at least and it seems to have done the trick.

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