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Unplug it, wait a minute or two and plug it back in. I had this problem as well and it was happening a lot, so I returned my tv for a LG...great move, no problems since.
By arizona on April 6, 2014
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I guess I found out and can now answer my own question! The owners manual states that the screens 48inch and above are 240hz. This one is 43inch and therefore 60hz.
By Mickey on July 6, 2012
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I believe it only has a 1/8" audio out, you would need to use a 1/8th to rca cable or adapter. You can use the audio out from your cable/sat box or dvd player
By below100hz on August 17, 2013
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