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When I turn on the TV the channel automatically goes to a high channel-spanish speaking -no matter what channel it was on when I turned it off.

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This sounds like a manufacturer defect I have found no precedence for this problem anywhere else so I cant imagine the company even giving out an answer to such a rarity of a problem I would suggest contacting the manufacturer and seeing about having them replace it


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