Question about Televison & Video
One of the things I'd try ( I can't say for sure if you can or not because you didn't provide a model number) is to disconnect the front panel buttons.
You can only do this if it leaves the infra-red still connected.
Turn the unit on with the remote.
This will eliminate a stuck front button as the cause.
If the infra-red transistor is part of the front panel board, you cannot use this method to eliminate the front panel as the possible cause.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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