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If your are referring to the image (reverse video, ie, every one is left handed, wording on ticket tape backwards etc.) on your TV, the problem is in the signal board. Generally unplugging and plugging in the TV will not reset the TV. Just repaired a TV with mirror image. You will need to replace the signal board. The signal board has all the rca component jacks, hdmi, audio, and the RF connection for cable or over the air signal. Thanks for asking me.

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