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are you changing channels on the remote or on the tv?
take the batteries out of the remote and try and change the channels on the tv. if you can change channels fine on the tv then the remote buttons are stuck. usually in the battery area on the remote is a small screw take that screw out and disassemble your remote and use a q tip and rubbing alcohol to clean out your remote
That could be one of two things first being the front keyboard and possibly a main board. However the keyboard is usually the cause of those two issues. You can get replacement boards with free tech support for diagnosis to determine which board you actually need at www.tvrepairworld.com just hit the contact us button and enter the model number and symptom
First take the Batteries out of your remote control to see if the T.V. is still changing channels or not. If it stops changing the channels and volume, try opening the remote with a knife and clean all the pads with rubbing alcohol to prevent sticking buttons. Be careful if using a remote with a roller ball.
my television keeps scanning from channel 4 to channel 37 and the volume keeps going up loud and lowering by its self coule you tell me what could be wrong the television is only 1 year old thank mrs yardley
This TV actually has bad buttons I've seen many of them, usually those switches never go bad but on this tv they do. The easiest thing to do is remove them, and use the remote, who uses those buttons anyway. You can slide out the circuit board and you will see the small switches in front if you can solder just remove remove them if not you can cut them out just be careful none of the pins remaining in the board are touching one another.