Pana TH37PX70 Interactive Red dot

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  1. JBrown

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    On some DVB broadcasts the red dot appears on the top RHS of the screen. How can you get rid of this?
     
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    On Sky, you press the backup button - on Freeview, as far as I know, you're stuck with it unfortunately.

    Cheers,

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    Thanks. I knew how to do it on Sky. Can't beleive there isn't an option thru TV
     
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    There is, just press the green button on your Fastext keys (R, G, Y, B).
     
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    I've just learnt this recently and it works. Now all I need is a time out option in the menus that does this automatically after say 5 seconds.

    -Neil
     
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    That's very interesting - thanks for that. :thumbsup:

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