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Help... i put the sleep timer on one night and suddenly the remote stopped working, and there's a red "N" in the bottom right corner of my screen that wont go away...and before i get any replies about putting new batteries in the controller, i've already tried new batteries, and i cant even program a universal remote for the tv...what's with the "N" and how do i get rid of it...?! i've been putting up with it for over 2 years now!

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If you have menu controls directly on your TV. You might try resetting all the settings.

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