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My rca model d52w46 rear projection tv keeps changing picture formats on its own. this started happening after i used my tv as a monitor for my computer to watch an online movie. any ideas what it could be?

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There could be a button stuck, or your video board is messed up. Check to see if the input switch on the television is stuck though.

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