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Stay is AV mode

My k2001um TV. Our TV only turns on and off my either plugging it in and unplugging it or turning on and off the power strip. It is always in AV mode it won't switch back and forth to TV with either the remote or the front panel switches. Anyone see this problem? I have tried changing batteries to the remote.

Posted by mrezac on

  • mrezac Mar 01, 2008

    The hint did not work. Sorry for he delay but the TV in in my son's dorm room at college.

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Yeah i had the same problem, if you hold down the power button on the front of the tv for, i dont know, like 30 seconds or something, then my tv would turn off. try it.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

  • rekha shrestha Sep 30, 2015

    your solution is not workable !!

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