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yes. Hold both vol buttons to get the menu. the channel buttons scrolls through options while Volume buttons then select the option. for picture options only the volume will adjust. convergence options use both volume and channel buttons.
There are two possibilities: either the channel memory has been lost due to the TV being unplugged for an extended period or the digital tuning system has a defective component. First thing to do is go into the TVs menu system and try to re-scan the channels. You may find that you can change channels after doing this. If its still not changing channel, the digital tuning board will have to replaced.
If this doesn't work, try reseting your tv by one of these options: 1. leave unplugged overnight 2. press and hold power button for 10 seconds 3. try holding up and down volume buttons at same time for 10 seconds. It is most likely your power supply or mabey even system board. Either way about couple hundred dollars easily
I was tring to remove the concave off my screen and came across a setting where you can make the picture larger or smaller. On the TV, not the remote, press and hold the menu button, press and release the power button, press and release the volume up button and release the menu button. P0 and V0 will be displayed on the screen press the volume up button until the V0 is V76. Press the channel up button until P0 is P11 and press the volume up/down button to make the picture larger/smaller. If you need to center the picture press the channel down button until P11 is P10 and press the volume up/down button to center your picture. I hope this helps