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Toshiba 35a44 screen keeps jumping from tv to video 1, video 2, video 3 the remote wont respond or the buttons on the set

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  • lgtrz26 Jul 27, 2008

    I am having the same issue . . . The TV will be on TV mode for about 1 minute then it starts switching itself to Video 1-2-3 mode. The remote doesn't work at all - anybody have a resolution?

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I contacted Toshiba and they said to turn unplug the TV for at least a minute, if that didn't reset it, then they gave me a service to contact. So I unplugged the TV when I was going to be gone all day, and tried it when I got home, no change at all. I had a repairman come by and he said the problem were the buttons on the TV that had to be replaced. He quoted me $240/labor and $5 for each button to replace (7), considering I only paid about $500 for the TV in December of 2004, I decided to just get a new tv with a warranty. I ended up getting the LG LCD Tv.

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