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Re: Video input permanently displayed
If there is no "input video" button on the control panel of this series of set, as like the older Sony sets had, you need to order the original remote from the Sony service center, or Sony parts directly. Universal remotes (any that I know of) will not access this menu in your Sony set.
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You'll need to switch the TV into Video mode. Most TV sets will have a button on the front panel labelled "input" or "tv/video," and pressing this button will cycle through the various inputs your TV has.
Alternatively, this button may be located on your remote control.
Rarely, no button exists, and video input is selected by changing the channel below channel 2; as if you were trying to select channel 1. This will select the video input on sets without a separate input selector button.
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Please hook cable box in Video input-7 instead of Video input-6 in TV and select Video input-7 with remote on TV.
Regarding continues on-screen display of video-6, press Display button on TV remote once, on-screen display will disappear.
A universal remote in most cases can not switch this TV into the AV mode...you can but a orignal replacment remote for your TV At www.remotes.com and then you can use all the functions again!
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It is normal for VIDEO 3 to be displayed in the upper left of the picture if there is no signal present at the INPUT 3 jacks. This is to let you know that although the picture is black and there is no sound, the TV is still on. If you have a good signal at INPUT 3 and the VIDEO 3 stays on the screen, take the Sony remote, point it at the TV and press the DISPLAY button until you see "DISPLAY OFF" on the screen. About 3 seconds later, the words should vanish.
Go into the setup menus IE:Video,Audio etc: The last page has the video label option. It is there where you select the label you want to give such as VHS,Beta,DVD etc. You can also select SKIP and that is why you can't access those inputs. Select any label besides SKIP and your issue will be gone.
I have had this problem all along with my Sony, not being able to figure out how to get rid of the Video 1 setting! I read this posting from Kessa a few minutes ago, and I tried hitting TV and Display - I couldn't find Display - it was because I had picked up the wrong remote! I had the Comcast remote instead, and when I couldn't find Display, I pressed Info - and it disappeared! Then I realized I had the wrong remote. I tried this process again using the correct Sony remove - I hit TV and then Display and it did work! Yay! thank you so much.