YouView+ Picture Quality is awful!

Hello
I just got BT infinity 2 installed today
The youview+ box is connected VIA HDMI to my Sony Bravia TV and the quality is awful. Whats worse is... I cant even change the quality. I am on input 3 - HDMI. When I press the OPTIONS buttin so I can change the quality nothing happens. So Im stuck with this horrible picture thats way to dark and dull.
How can I get it so I can edit teh image options on a Sonyt Bravia TV?
Thank you

Switch to a different input or built in tuner, you should then be able to access the tv menu's.
Look for and disable 'HDMI control' within the tv menus
you should then be able to switch back to the youview imput/source and then access the tv menu's to adjust the picture/mode to your liking.
It's not a fault with the youview box, more a quirk with bravia tv's
Is it by any chance about 5/6/7 years old ish?

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