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I have a HP HD 52" tv, ek430pp. The remote continues to come up on screen automatically and change my source and also lower my volume to -0-. Removed battery from remote, unplugged tv from wall. This is happening anywhere from 10-25 times during a 1 hour session.

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Either someone is messing with you or the control processor is faulty.
Simple test: block the remote sensor in the front of the tv with a dark coloured tape. If you still have the same problem then the processor is faulty and the entire board will have to be replaced by the dealer (or an authorized repairman).

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