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Toshiba Regza 32C3000A tv sound keeps droping out, the mute button when pressed on and then off brings it back on. seems as if the tv is auto muting itself?

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If you press the volume + on the tv and the volume- on the tv and the volume increase and decreases respectively then the remote control mute button is the problem

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Could be a contact piece of the MUTE button from your remote that is causing it.
Go out and Big Lots or Radio Shack to get a cheap universal remote control(big lots would be between $5-$10) Pick up the code for it,and when the tv happens again,your the OLD remote MUTE button to turn it back on and then put away this remote control and use the new universal remote control.
However,if the problem is coming from the manual MUTE button on the TV,you need a repair tech, to fix it!
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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Have a toshiba 42H83 how do I get into service mode? think it is menu menu(hold) and push what at the same time


ENTERING TO SERVICE MODE
1) Press MUTE button twice
on Remote Control.
2) Press MUTE button
again to keep pressing.
3) While pressing the MUTE button,
press MENU button on TV set.

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View timer keeps blinking..tv wont turn on.nobody set view timer..is there a reset button? tried to unplug but no luck


Mute + 1 + 8 + 2 + Power.

Your TV set should now say “Loading Factory”.

Browse down to “Option” then press Enter (or the right cursor button).

NOTE: The Mute+1+8+2 buttons need to be pressed down consecutively and fairly quickly. If your TV does not enter the service menu after using this combination, you can substitute MENU instead of MUTE. This seems to work for some sets. Also, the right cursor arrow also acts as the ENTER button, so try it if you’re having difficulty with the ENTER button.

To exit the service menu, hit press the EXIT button or just turn off your TV (remember not to turn on your TV immediately afterward!)

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How to enter service mode 43h83 toshiba mute 3 times mute again and hold menu on tv dont work also volume alway down on tv press hold 9 no go also help need to adj convergence


Its press mute on the remote twice. Then for the third time on the remote press the mute on the remote and while pressing the mute that third time press menu on the front of the TV

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TV on/off button keeps blinking/TV won't turn on


Try muting the sound on the tv, if it is a loose circuit the sound vibration can jiggle a connection and cause the tv to turn off as apart of its safety feature.

if the tv functions correctly while in mute then you now know it is a loose circuit.

if the tv continues to turn off even while in mute it is shutting down by the main power stand by safety feature, it may need a new main transformer.

if the muted sound solved the problem then unplug the tv and look in the back for the main transformer, the manufacturer usually places the main board on the box of the main speaker, the speaker could be vibrating a circuit loose from direct contact, the main transformer is heavy and would cause issues over the long run with high fadelity sound systems on big screen tv's. check solder points on main board.

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Toshiba 57H82 convergence problems. TouchFocus


See my solution <http://www.fixya.com/support/t2795690-convergence_off_blue_line_only_vertical>.
You need to get to the service menu--it's been 4 years so go to AVSforum.com to turn off the different guns and get the better pattern.
At your risk: To get into Service mode:
1. Turn your TV on. 2. For X81 or earlier series: Press MUTE on your remote and release. 2. For H80/H81/HX81 series: Press MUTE on your remote and release two times ("Mute" on-screen) 3. Press down MUTE on your remote again and hold. While holding, press the MENU button on your TV set's front panel. 4. Release both buttons. 5. An "S" should appear on your screen. Press MENU again on your TV. 6. Now you're in service mode. Channel Up/Dn - Scrolls through Parameters and Volume Up/Dn - Changes Parameter Value
To get into convergence mode:
Get into Service mode, then Hit '7' to bring up the convergence grid. Buttons 100, 0, and ENT control which gun you want to turn off (if you want to align the red to the green without seeing the blue gun and other variations). 2=up, 8=down, 4=left, 6=right, 3=change gun to converge, 5=converge that point. To exit convergence mode you press 7 once and your screen should look like it's imploding then return to normal and then you press 7 to get back into regular service mode.
I have more info found on the board. -Ken

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TV TURNS ITSELF OFF WHEN MUTE IS ACTIVATED


Try a different remote, your remote may be putting out the wrong command when you press mute. Will pressing mute turn the TV on?

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Toshiba 42h82


1. ENTERING TO SERVICE MODE
MUTE
S
(Service mode display)
3) While pressing the MUTE button,
press MENU button on TV set.
2) Press MUTE button
again to keep pressing.
1) Press MUTE button twice
on Remote Control.
2. DISPLAYING THE ADJUSTMENT MENU
1) Press MENU button on TV.
Adjustment mode
Press
Press
Service mode
Item
S Data
3. KEY FUNCTION IN THE SERVICE MODE
The following key entry during display of adjustment menu provides special functions.
Screen adjustment mode ON/OFF: TV (ANT)/VIDEO button (on TV)
Selection of the adjustment items : Channel s/t (on TV or Remote)
Change of the data value : Volume s/t (on TV or Remote)
Adjustment menu mode ON/OFF : MENU button (on TV)
Initialization of the memory (QA02) : RECALL+Channel button on TV (s)
Initialization of the self diagnostic data: RECALL+Channel button on TV (t)
“RCUT” selection : 1 button
“GCUT” selection : 2 button
“BCUT” selection : 3 button
“SCNT” selection : 4 button
“SCOL” selection : 5 button
“TNTC” selection : 6 button
Convergence adj : 7 button
Self diagnostic display : 9 button

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press mute button once after press and keep pressing mute again and press de menu button on tv .when tou see S on screen press 7 you are in convergence adjusting mode

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Hi.

If you want to enter service mode try this.

PRESS MUTE THEN PRESS MUTE & HOLD IT DOWN WHILE PRESSING THE MENU BUTTON ON TV.

If you are going to make adjustments please be carefull you may wreck the tv if you dont know what you are doing.

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Chris.

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