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Won't come out of eco mode

Even after removing plug, stull comes on in eco mode with no other functions just red eco led on, how do i return to normal?

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  • mrsmoneybags Sep 21, 2008

    yes im eco mode what do I do?

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    wont come out of eco mode

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If the receiver is on, you can press the "Eco" Button and then, you have to rotate the "Multi-Joy" in the next 3 seconds to change Eco-Mode to Off. When you selected it, you have to confirm with enter.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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  • Sarahj40 Mar 17, 2012

    The unit won't even turn on for me to be able to do that. The power button does nothing. Unplugging the unit does nothing. all I get is that little red eco light.

  • Jerry Jul 13, 2013

    Did you ever get a fix to this? Having the exact same problem

  • Enoch Jul 31, 2013

    Did you ever get a sloution to this, having the exact same problem.

  • Nelson Garcia
    Nelson Garcia Dec 20, 2015

    How can you turn off eco mode if the Receiver is off

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