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When I push the device button on the remote, I

When I push the device button on the remote, I get a blue screen, and shortly the set powers down as if I had hit the reset button. I am unable to access any other device input such as a DVD player other than the cable 1 input jack

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I had this same exact problem with my WD-62627. I got mine to work by re-initialing the tv. I could not believe this worked. Try this, 1) turn on the TV
2) press MENU 2,4,7,0 then ENTER
3) the TV should INITIALIZE
4) Press the front reset button on the front of the TV.
5) should work again....if so.....
6) email me at Larry1965@hotmail.com to thank me. :)

Posted on Aug 13, 2010

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  • me07471 Oct 12, 2010

    I've had issues for 4 years with this TV not being able to switch devices without physically going behind the TV and changing the cables, and having the TV power down completely.

    What an EASY SOLUTION. This fixed my problem, and I am now able to switch devices from the remote as you should be able to. THANK YOU!!!

  • lonestarjr Nov 29, 2010

    This fixed the same problem with our WD-52628.

    I thought we were going to have to replace it but now it is good as new!

    THANKS!

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    jilonmaddox Apr 22, 2013

    Omg!! I'm so happy!!! I was about to toss the tv out the window!!! You're amazing!!! :)

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