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Video input selection remains displayed - can't get rid of it

How do I rid my screen of this unwanted display??


1. My remote is not available
2. Somehow the shorthand for the video input port shows up in upper lefthand corner of screen (like V-1 for video 1 or V-3 for video 3) when I move my VCR RCA jacks to that port and select it using front panel buttons. After changing volume to exit front panel menu mode all displayed items disappear momentarily and then the shorthand V-1 or whatever comes on.
3. I've even shut it off and unplugged it, but when I plug it back in and turn power on the V-1 still shows up.

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  • tennant27 Feb 27, 2009

    same thing for me

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The solution to your remote problem is to go to wal-mart and when you go through the check out lane there is usually some last minute items. there is a silver remote that is usually hanging in those aisles and that has been the only one I have found that works.

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