Did you try to reproduce the problem using a different emulator? Try
with IBM's Client Access, or the "open source" TN5250 emulator, from:
or some other 5250 emulator.
Also, ensure you do not have some kind of keyboard macro defined that
may be changing the behavior of F4 to erase input and then press F4?
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