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Have a "no information available" message on the front of our Samsung T4254 Plasma TV. We can't turn the message off. When we hit menu on the remote, it just scrolls through the options. Any ideas? Tried shutting down and unplugging the TV, but it is still there when we turn it back on.

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When hubby moved the tv around, he accidently butted it up against our Bose Speaker, thus pressing in one or two buttons ont he tv. Moved and speaker, and voila, the problem was solved.


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How Do You Switch Video Sources? spacer.gif Depending on the model TV you have, there are up to four ways to change the video source:
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