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RCA G36695LV TV While we are watching TV the menu comes up on the screen for a short time, then goes away by it self. After this happens the only way to turn off TV is to unplug it. When plugged back in it will not work. After being unplugged for several hour It will work normal for a while than the same thing happens

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First, "hide" the remote. I believe that, from past experiences, that the TV is being acted on by a defective/stuck remote button. If that does the trick, the next step is to repair or replace the remote....accordianman

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