Question about Mitsubishi VS-60803 60" Rear Projection Television

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Menu won't turn off

In setting up the channel portion of the menu to DVD, I select menu and try and go back to the picture and it goes blank and the on screen menu comes back up and I have to go back in and change the input option to DVD. I can't seem to get the on screen menu to close. Also, when I try and shut off the unit, it will not stay off. It will power back on with the menu displaying. Any suggestions?

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  • Rsanders Nov 11, 2007

    I'm having problems with my Mitsubishi VS-60803. It will come on when I plug it in. Comes on with the menu screen on. When I set channels and hit menu to go out of the menu, the set will turn off and then turn on by it self. When it comes back on its with the menu screen up. After awhile the set will power off and on by it self. If I hit the power off button, it will turn off and then come on by it self. Please help me.

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To reset the whole tv press menu 1 2 3 enter

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