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Amanda Schroeder Posted on Jul 02, 2006
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We bought it used with no remote...

And we cannot get the display to disappear from our screen... HELP!

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Unfortanantly, you need the remote to turn off the OSD(on screen display)Its available but costs about 45 bucks!!!! Or the OSD IC could be shorted and wont default out. Sorry I couldnt assist you more in this matter. Good Luck

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