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Cannot get rid of V-2 at upper right corner of screen.

If we adjust the volume, it will momentarily disappear. But otherwise is always displayed. Any suggestions?

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  • mmk1 Sep 29, 2008

    i dont have a remote anymore what can i do same problem

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Here are the instructions:
Press the MENU button
To V2 COMPONENT-IN
To turn the input ON (YES) or OFF (NO)
EXIT when finished

V2 will disappear from screen Hope this may help; DON'T FORGET TO RATE: .

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

  • Sweets106_05 Aug 28, 2011

    Ok that works but then I have the x box hooked up and it won't play the x box

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