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Continued question on Skewed picture and loss of control functions.

Would the loss of the controls also be a sympton of this issue? I just want to make sure that I do not have a power of other type of error / failure that may be in common with both symptoms; the skewed picture that is gone to b/w and the loss of the controls. It bothers me that even though I continue to have good sound that the controls will not allow the set to change channel or volume or to turn the set off.

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Not all the time but yes I have seen it happen about 60% of the time with the DMD board going bad. But it is possible that the DMD board is not the only problem your TV is having. The digital board (another board in your tv) can cause both these problems at the same time too. It is something that needs to be troubleshooted. But this info will narrow it down for you.

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