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"omni" button I hvae a problem with the "omni" button - the four way button that is used for browsing menus. When moving left or up it does not always respond. Is this common? What is likely to be wrong? Can i fix it myself - I am out of budget on this one? Cheers

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It will require service, unfortunately. Good news, you may qualify for the upgrade program for a deep discount on a newer model.

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