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Loosing Picture I am loosing my picture to a milti coloured screen and have to keep switching it off an then on until it stops which is getting more frequent. I have looked to the DMTECH support pages regarding trying a EEPROM RESET, but my remote does not have the functions/buttons that is needed to perform this (IE. the 'line' button) Does anyone have a solution.? Thanks

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