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SWITCHING FROM TV TO CABLE OR VIDEO

Since a few days when I turn on my Toshiba27" tv and want to switch to cable or video the tv automatically turns off and in a few seconds automatically turns on again to the tv chanel lat visited.That is I am not able longer to switch to the cable or video.I tried to reinstall the tv chanels by frequency but it did not help. If anyone can offer a solution for this trouble it is very welcome !!!

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  • ISTVAN KOVACS
    ISTVAN KOVACS May 06, 2007

    Sorry,it is a HITACHI27".

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    ISTVAN KOVACS May 06, 2007

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    ISTVAN KOVACS May 06, 2007

    Since a few days when I turn on my HITACHI27" tv and want to switch to cable or video the tv automatically turns off and in a few seconds automatically turns on again to the tv chanel last visited.That is I am not able longer to switch to the cable or video.I tried to reinstall the tv chanels by frequency but it did not help.
    If anyone can offer a solution for this trouble it is very welcome !!!

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