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I love my RCA...excpect that recently it's been exhibiting some rather odd behavior. It turns on by itself, the volume turns down on its own, the menu keeps popping up on-screen, and the channels constantly change...all without me touching the remote. Any ideas?

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Thats the classis sign of a failed small signal board. You can get replacement signal boards from www.tvrepairworld.com

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