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Some television remote controls have a PIP OFF button, while others only have a PIP button that needs to be pressed repeatedly until the PIP/Twin-View window disappears.
Some Sony rear projection televisions have a FLASH FOCUS button that will turn off the PIP/Twin-View feature.
Some Sony universal remote controls, if programmed to operate a Sony TV, can disable the PIP/Twin-View feature by pressing the REC or ENT button.
If the original TV remote control is not available or is not functioning properly, auto programming the television tuner orperforming a power reset may deactivate the PIP/Twin-View feature.
If pressing the appropriate buttons on the TV remote control does not work, then the PIP/Twin-View window might be from a two-tuner cable or satellite set-top box. If this is the case, use the remote control provided with the set-top box to remove the PIP/Twin-View window.
A solution I found for our KV-32XBR200 was to press Setup on top of the set, then select the "Demo" item with TV/Video. The text overlay apparently banished PIP. Verified this twice, as I'm at this page because our remote can only turn PIP on :-).
Hi, I have the same TV, remote too. From what I can see you will need the remote to turn off the PIP, but if you unplug the TV and the plug it in again it may reset it to original values. As long as it is plugged it will retain certain low power settings.
If your Comcast remote is a learning remote, you can probably program it to mimic/replace the remote you lost, but you will need the codes from the Sony remote, or borrow one so the codes can be "learned" by the Comcast or some other learning remote. The codes would likely be available online, from Sony.
Worst case - I'll buy for you a cheap learning remote and dump the codes from mine if you want.
I used 0178 to program my universal remote. You can also try 10056, 10178,10864,10885,11756,10056,11758, and 11499. Then you can try by dropping the "1" from the front of these codes.
Most good remotes have a programming function if this does not work, where the remote will "learn" the proper code. The actual button remote codes are as follows: 0 00117 1 00121 2 00119 3 00123 4 00116 5 00120 6 00118 7 00122 8 00245 9 00249 Vol + 00183 Vol - 00187 Mute 00057 Channel + 00181 Channel - 00185 Power 00053 Enter 00164 Last 00247 Menu 00171 Guide 00244 Up 00168 Down 00166 Left 00170 Right 00037 OK 00164 Sleep 00054 PIP 00197 Info 00251 PIP Swap 00198 PIP Mode 00199 Exit 00216 Audio 00059 Input 00090 Wide 00138 TV 00110 AV 00105 Component 00231 HDMI 00174 MTS 00055 CC 00025 Zoom + 00165 Zoom - 00169 Freeze 00200 RGB 00253 PIP Ch + 00196 PIP Ch - 00203 PIP Input 00199 PIP Size 00201
Unfortunately, most of these projection TV's require a remote. You CAN purchase an aftermarket remote. I would look for one that has all the features you need, PIP, screen format etc.... I have found that the Sony RM-VL600 works real well with my Mitsubishi TV... kids thrashed the remotes more than once... This particular unit has system control PROGRAMABLE buttons on the bottom row. I've been able to program them for formatting the screen, setting audio and video... Solved my issue of needing a factory remote... KEN