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I turned on my tv this morning and I got a picture of the channel I was watching, but I also am getting a information like a promo about my tv. What it does pip, closed caption, ext. How do I get this to stop. I tried unplugging the tv, that did not work. I no longer have the remote because of child damage. Help Please
My tv is a tp 2770-6101
As far as I know you need the remote to turn off the promo but try the store first where you bought it or try this addy. http://www.usasupport.philips.com/caseSu... or this # 1-888-PHILIPS. If they tell you you need a remote Go or http://www.remotes.com or call 1800- remotes
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For this model, you will need to reset the TV and go through the first time set up again. To do this, use the remote when the TV is turned off and push mute, 1, 8, 2, power in that order. The service menu will come up. Select options, then factory reset. The set will then power off. Turn the set back on and go through the first time set up, making sure you pick home and not store. Hope this helps.
Subscribers to participating cable and satellite providers can watch the latest episodes of over a dozen of FOX's TV series on the FOX NOW Roku channel. Currently (July 2013) participating are AT&T Uverse, dish, Mediacom, and Verizon FiOS. All Roku users can watch promo videos, behind-the-scenes interviews, and clips, and other select content. Make sure your Internet provider is on the list.