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Panasonic Flat screen TV has split screen. TV is about 4 years old but bolted to the wall. The dog stepped on the remote to cause the problem. Unplugeed TY for an hour and tried to re-set, but do not know where the re-set button is. Pushed a clear botton near the start button. Nothing happened. HELP!!!

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Hi,

If you keep the TV disconnected from the power long enough, the TV should hard reset.

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

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    Damen Wong Feb 22, 2008

    Try leaving it unplugged for a few hours. Also, what exactly do you mean split screen?

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