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NO FUNCTIONS unit powers show date and time but no functions, display shows U99 can you help.

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See manual "Error messages" page 51 of manual. U99 * The unit fails to operate properly. Press {powerr, DVD Power} to switch the unit to standby. Now press (power, DVD POWER) again to turn the unit on. If you don't have the manual handy see web page
tv.manualsonline.com/ex/thread/view/idThread/1414777

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