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Flat screen turns on with the volume and channel buttons. Cannot use remote to change to input or front. Cannot reprogram channels.

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  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    Can you please better specify the repair suggested for dessikah's problem? My rear projection 65" is doing the same thing and I would like to repair it myself. Do you know how I can get the parts and schematic for the repair?

    Thank you,

    Tricia

    My model is a 65711.



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Check the remote first , remove the batteriesif it fixes it . then the remote might have had something spilled on it. otherwise you have a defective eeprom or micro i.c in the television.

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