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CHANGING CHANNELS ALL THE TIME

MY TV ALL OF THE SUDDEN STARTED CHANGING CHANNELS BY IT SELF WE HAD TO UNPLUG IT FOR IT TO STOP THEN WE HAD A HARD TIME GETTING IT TO COME BACK ON .WHEN YOU DO GET IT ON ALL THE TV WILL DO IS PLAY NORMAL FOR A MINUTE OR TWO THEN KEEP GOING THROUGH ALL CHANNNELS UNTIL YOU CAN GET IT TO TURN OFF OR JUST UNPLUG. NEED HELP

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I have seen some RCA TV's with this problem and it has usually been a switch going bad on the keypad of the tv. This can be confirmed by disconnecting the plug from the control panel to the main chassis.If you are lucky, and the ir rcvr for the remote is not on the control board, you can still control tv with the remote.Good luck.

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