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Inputs do not work after power outage

The power in my area went off today, when it came back on I turn on my tv (model WD-65734), just a blue screen, I did get the Wii to work that was connected via the front inputs, however the picture collor was way off. none of the inputs in the back seem to work. I tried resetting, no luck. what could be the problem?

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The set has three ways to reset---the tiny button on the front, A second is called a soft reset, and the third requires going into the tech Menu with a code via the remote.

Try the soft reset first and let me know if it helps.

With the set on hit: Menu, 1, 2, 3, and enter.


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