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Toshiba 32afx54, demo and menu screens appear at random on screen, remote seams to have lost signal, cant get demo/menu to go away...help?

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You haven't stated what you have tried so far so I do not know where you are in the troubleshooting procedure.

1st you should try unplugging the unit for 30 minutes. If that does not work then using the menu control look for the setup menu. Check it to see if there is an option to shut down demo mode.

Press menu
Press left or Right to highlight Setup menu
Press up or down to highlight DEMO
Press Left or Right to highlight STOP
Exit the Menu.

This should solve your problem.

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