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RCA tv with guide plus comes on and off randomly

My 36" tv is hooked up to a sat dish and has worked fine for years. It just started to have the guide plus menu come on (and off) then goes to regular tv menus without using the remote and goes back to regular tv, like nothing has happened. Have tried to reset the guide several times and it has helped but it still comes back but not as often. Any help will be much welcome!

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    The TV has a mind of it's own. It pops into the channel guide and then scrolls thru the menu's. You cannot make it stop. then after a while it decides on it's own that it's tired of doing this and goes into a channel and works as normal.

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