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Panasonic tx-32lxd600 no picture - still have sound, but no picture (not even menus, volume etc) have tried adjusting contrast etc.

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SOURCE: Hitachi P42H401 - No Picture or Sound. Some Menus work.

There is a power button on the front and a "main" power button underneath the front panel. Pushing the main power button should reset it.

Posted on Nov 18, 2007

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SOURCE: I have a Panasonic TX 15LT2 TV, after about 15

the small signal panel needs to be replaced.
[main module]
take you tv to a factory authorized service center..

Posted on Nov 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Sound, No picture

Try another video source. Try a digital source and an analog source. If you still get nothing, think about replacing the DG board and the H board.

Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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I have a picture noise problem on light scenes how can I correct it


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The AGC problem can occur, if the AGC circuit at the main board is faulty, or it has not been adjusted properly. In this case, I suggest to contact any service technician; or the authorized service center for Panasonic. To adjust the AGC; you have to enter the service mode to the TV; and it is somewhat a semi-skilled work.
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Philips 32PFL3505D 32 in LCD TV How can the TV be set to factory setting?


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Summary of picture settings

The following picture settings can be confi gured. Depending on the

format of the picture source, some picture settings are not available.

• [Auto Picture]: Sets all picture settings to the factory default.

• [Brightness]: Adjusts the intensity and details of dark areas.

• [Contrast]: Adjusts the intensity of bright areas, keeping dark areas

unchanged.

• [Color]: Adjusts color saturation.

• [Tint]: Adjusts the color balance in an image.

• [Sharpness]: Adjusts the level of sharpness in image details.

• [Color Temperature]: To set the color temperature to [Normal],
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Summary of sound settings

The following sound settings can be confi gured. Depending on the

sound source, some sound settings are not available.

• [Auto Sound]: Sets all sound settings to the factory default.

• [Equalizer]: Adjusts individual sound frequencies.

• [Virtual Surround Sound]: This selects the modes for more spatial

or surround sound reproduction.

• [Auto Volume Leveling]: Reduces sudden changes in volume, for

example, during commercials or when switching channels. Select

[On] or [Off].

• [TV Speakers]: Select [On] or [Off], or output sound to an

EasyLink compliant device. When [Speakers EasyLink] is selected,

the TV speakers are disabled and TV sound outputs to the speakers

of the compatible EasyLink compliant device. Adjust the volume
using the unit's remote control.
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How do you exit service mode?


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