Here is the fix for that problem. I tried it and it works as I had the same problem. I used the COMPOSITE cable to make the splice rather than the COMPONENT cable since it is lighter and easier to work with and solder.
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sounds like the DVD button on the remote is stuck. try taking the batteries off your remote, press the DVD buttons a few times and put the batteries back. If it doesn't help i suggest try the tv without the remote, see if it makes a difference
you might need to use the aux mode on the remote to separately control the dvd part of the set. follow the instructions in your remote programming guide to set the remote for dvd in the auxillary mode and try it that way.
I hate to be the one who tells you this, but you have one of those TV sets that are controlled by a single processor (as most combos have even LCD combos) and that processor may have gone bad. This is why you have so many problems at one time. I would suspect the the main processor board has a problem. You may want to take this to a TV repair shop, because there is so little you can do for this problem since if it is the main processor you will need equipment to troubleshoot this problem and to remove and install the component with the problem. Taking it to a shop is your best bet.