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Philips 42pf7320a37 Plasma TV. Menu appears without being requested remotely or manually. Must select Menu Remotely (or manually) to regain screen. Screen stays on for a few seconds or up to 20 minutes. If it is a chip resposible for this can I tie a pin hi (or lo) to resolve this. (I never used the menu since installation)

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  • ronasta Nov 03, 2008



    Problem was small (control ?) board that remote sensor connected to. Removed ribbon cable from board and problem resolved. Resoldered suspected cold solder joints on some resistors adjacent to IC, reconnected ribbon cable and all is well. Board is mounted on frame surrounds plasma screen, this frame had numerous broken plastic supports and was loose, perhaps moving tv at some point twisted frame put stress on board.

  • ronasta Nov 03, 2008

    Problem was cold solder joints on small board that remote sensor connects to.

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First shut off the tv then remove all the power wires connected to the tv externally.also remove the power wire connected to the electric outlet.
wait for a minute then try again without operating remote.and check it.

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Check that this is not caused from a stuck button, or a defective remote recalling the menu.

If it is not the remote, then you will probably need to replace the control board or the button assembly.

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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    Ginko Nov 03, 2008

    That board connected to remote is the TV remote control decoder, on many TVs this is integrated with the control board, that is the one with the button switches.

    Glad to know that you fixed it.


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Pioneer plasma elite pro-504pu how do reset to factory mode on standby mode >??


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u cam reset ur only by the following way.

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In order to enter Service Mode, TV guide must be turned off

In order to do this procedure you must have and use the correct remote. The full function remote that

came with the set has a TV Guide Logo in a red box. This is the remote you should use.


NOTE: If TV guide has not yet been setup, then the 1st step is to follow instructions to set TV guide up.

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1.press and release the "TV Guide". TV guide will appear on the screen.

2.Navigate to the TV Guide tool bar and use the ">" button to select "setup" in the menu and press

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3.use the "arrow down" button to select "default options"

4.press and release the "enter" button and select "general defaults"

5.press and release the "enter" button (opens menu on lower left side)

6. use the "arrow down" button to select "auto guide"

7. use the ">" button to select "off"

8. use the "arrow down" button to select "done"

9. press and release the "enter"

10. press and release the "TV Guide" button to turn the display off



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6. Use the ">" button on the remote to select "yes"

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We have a Phillips plasma tv and the picture pixelates randomly and freezes for about a second and sound breaks also. We have had everything checked and have been unable to find a solution. The latest...


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If the following doesn't work the tubes could be at the end of life:
Adjusting convergence:
Note: For best results, the Projection TV needs to be turned on for 15 minutes or longer before adjusting the picture tubes (convergence).

To adjust the convergence of the picture tubes:
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  4. Press CURSOR RIGHT and DOWN on the cursor ring to select MULTIPOINT RED or MULTIPOINT BLUE.
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  11. Press CURSOR DOWN until SAVE MULTIPOINT is selected.
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Howdy Mike-d. here, mikedee4@gmail.com
Hi CindyCee,

I have tried to post solutions, but they seem to be too long, so I will have to post more than once to get the info to you.

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