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My Accoustic Solutions HDTV, Model LCD37761HDF is only going from red to blue to green screens. When the on button is pressed it is supposed to go into standby but it just goes into the loop described above. The remote has no effect except to switch the tv into stanby. I`ve tried different input devices but to no avail. Thanks

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  • mt_harvey200 Aug 26, 2010

    Thanks for the advice but the problem has been solved. I found the original remote control (I have been using a universal remote) and pressed the tv/dtv button and the tv returned to normal working.

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