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The input source button on my Toshiba TV model #19AV51U TV will not stop at the selected source. It quickly scrolls through each source several times without stopping when trying to select my desired source. It doesn't matter if I use the remote or the button on the TV. The same thing happens. Karen

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Bad control board

Posted on Aug 19, 2022

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Hi Karen, it sounds like a bad button on the TV

Posted on Jul 07, 2022

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    Karen Sepulveda Jul 07, 2022

    The same thing happens when I try and use the remote control to change the input.

  • Larry Jul 07, 2022

    If it does it with the remote it has to be a main board issue

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