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When i use the zoom x2,to fill the screen the x2 logo remains on the screen,how do i remove it?.i have tried all buttons on the remote.

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Hello,

the X2 button cannot be removed when it is pressed, it will certainly remain on the screen of your TV because that's how it was made.

But you can try this, look for OSD (on screen display) on your remote, if you find it, press it severally, and if doesn't remove it, then there is nothing you can do.

Good luck.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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