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Picture in Picture

A button was pressed and a PIP screen popped up and now i dont know how to get it off. I pressed every button on the remote. I can move the little screen around and i can make it big and small, but nothing seems to make it go away.

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  • danrv Aug 06, 2008

    the tv is a sony KP-53V45

  • thegrants282 Feb 06, 2009

    The PIP button was pressed by accident and now we can't get it to go off. We can move it around and make it bigger and smaller but can't get it to go away. There is not an off PIP button and it is the correct remote for the TV it came with it...

  • tedrocker Apr 19, 2009

    I have the sqame prolem - The PIP button was pressed by accident and now we can't get it to go
    off. We can move it around and make it bigger and smaller but can't get
    it to go away. There is not an off PIP button, The remote for the TV it came with it..Is there any way to turn off PIP without an original remote?.

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I have the same TV. My remote control has a PIP OFF. If you don't then you have the wrong remote control.

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