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Moffett, it's interesting that changing the contrast setting should impact the remote operation. Back when I had the Samsung model 850, I discovered a similar change from "vivid" to "standard" (or something similar - can't remember the exact term they use) produced satisfactory results as well. Seems to lend a little credence to the IR jamming theory. Good luck.
I have a phillips LCD 46". After playing with all the picture quality settings, I was able to restore the use of the remote. One setting on the TV was "Active Control" under picture settings. It gave three options;On with light sensor, On without light sensor and Off. I turned it off and resolved the issue. Thanks
digital breakup in the picture (pixelization) is caused by coax cable issues. Re-seating all coax connections usually fixes this. Sometimes a coax end, or the cable itself, may be bad and needs replacing.