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Ilo 3200 Hi my friend has an ilo 3200 tv, the other day the electricity went off at his house and when the tv came back on it seems to be in a different mode. Before it waould briefly say 1080i now it says 480i and looks crappy. I looked throught the owners manual and got nowhere. Can you help? Thanks Rocky

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First plug out the tv and let it stand for about 2 days to reset itself.if that does not solve the problem call a tech the problem could be in the system control module.good luck.

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