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TV is possessed

Menu screen sporadically pops up while watching TV...every minute or so. PLEASE HELP!

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  • Demonseed Nov 02, 2008

    Can I just remove the front keyboard circuit? If that works I'm okay with just using a remote, who uses the buttons anyways? If that doesn't work, where would I find the infared sensor to replace it?
    Could it also be a problem with some other components?


  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    The menu will pop on the screen on it's own what's wrong

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Ok i have seen this happen a few times its common solution is to replace the front keyboard cuircit. i have also seen the infrared sensor problem. the processor thinks it getting a menu on command

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