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JustineC

Can't get to home screen

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The dog at the remote so I purchased an RCA universal. Afterprogramimg it everything works EXCEPT the home key takes me to the live tv guide something I do not want at all. How do I remove channel plus live tv input and get my home screen with apps back?

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