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DEMONSTRATION ON SCREEN

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I always have on my tv screen the mode demo, it change from colour, sound and all the other menu, its alway roll on my screen. How do i remove this from my tv.

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Francine

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  • big boy5 Feb 18, 2008

    Still nned assistance but it is not for me, it is for a friend, and if you can answer me in french i will appreciate



    Francine

  • ghost face May 15, 2008

    i have tryed to reset the tv but the demo mode still keeps on popping up while trying to watch a program

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Enter Menu2.

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