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Getting out of Pure Direct mode

My TV inpiut mode got changed to pure direct, which gives me no sound, and eventually the display disappears.

I can't figure out how to get out of that mode, before the Denon display disappears.

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One way to solve that is to use your remote. There are modes i the same area - direct mode is one of them. Chose one of the others next to it.

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