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Cannot adjust the color, brightness, contrast etc, using my olevia remote

I was trying to adjust the color in my television using the original olevia remote and nothing happens. Has something locked up on the set itself that is preventing me to use the controls?

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  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    I am a little confused on how you fixed your problem. What do you mean that it is set on high definition?

    Mine stopped being able to adjust the brightness after a power outage. What did you change to fix yours?

    Thank you for your help!


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How to set TV from High Def to Standard Def TV .. olevia

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Well....uh....duh....I'm sort of embarassed to say I had the TV set on High Def TV. (LOL) Once I put it back to Standard Def TV, I was able to adjust the color and so forth. Oh well, you never know, someone might need this solution. TA DA!

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