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Sumvision Cyclone HD Black Screen

I need some help with the settings of the Sumvision Cyclone HD 1080i 1TB

My TV is HD READY, so i set the settings on 720p 60Hz
Then the screen whent black and i can't get it to fabrik settings..

How can i do that

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There is a button on your remote control that says TV SYSTEMS just press this button until it changes back to the correct setting

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