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JVC I`Art pro stuck in multi-screen demo mode


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#1 of 2 OFFLINE   PapaJ's52

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Posted February 08 2014 - 09:20 PM

Tried to help my friend with his JVC I`Art pro.  He wanted help with the screen opening up to its full size, but he did not have the orginal remote.  He picked up a RCR3273R Universal Remote Control.  The menu button does everything that the TV menu button does, nothing more.  After going through all the menu options it just wandered into a multiscreen demo mode freezing each (only 5) UHF channels.  Then after a minute it moved to a different multi to divided screen option, then after going through 6 or 7 different demo options it starts all over again.  Obviously I need the orginal remote or a code for the universal remote to turn this function off.  According to my friend this is the first and only time it has done this.  Before I tried to find a way to broaden the screen it was working perfectly, now I feel really bad for messing with it.


Edited by PapaJ's52, February 08 2014 - 09:22 PM.


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Posted February 09 2014 - 06:35 AM

Welcome to the forum Larry.  :)

 

If you cant find the original replacement remote for a reasonable price you can buy a cheap harmony remote.  Harmony has an online database and likely has all  the discrete remote functions for that specific TV. 


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