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Number display always on

I have an RCA remote (replacement) for the television and I am unable to figure out how to turn off the channel number display on the screen. When watching a movie, the "Video 1" is alway displayed, and when playing a game.... Is the only way to turn this off through the original remote?

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Re: Number display always on

If you can access the menu on your remote or the front of the set you can turn this function off. somewhere in the menu will be something called OSD( on screen display) and you can turn it off. sometimes the menu can be accessed by pushing the channel up and down buttons on the front of the set at the same time.

Posted on May 05, 2008

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