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Service mode how can i enter to the service mode

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in main menu press 9301.Exit: TV/TXT.

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How do i eras factory off a phillips tv 2008, model 21PT9457/85?


Your TV has entered into service mode [Factory] mode by somway, due to improper buttons press on remote control. You have to get out from this mode, and to select the normal mode. It will be best to contact any service technician in this case, as this is a semi-skilled work, and should have knowledge to enter service mode and to exit out from it. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts.Surf the site with patience.http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
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Entering into service mode to Philips brand TVs is somewhat difficult to an experienced person. There is two modes, SAM & SDM, out of which SAM should be selected. SAM = Service Alignment Mode, SDM = Service default mode. You have to enter SDM first, and should record the data values set there to each perimeter, before entering into SAM. If you wish to get more details about these adjustments, check the site linked here. It has details. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up previous posts there, either by its left side bar, or view it in Timslide option. Never attempt to enter to these modes, if you're not sound in electronics, instead, contact the authorized service centre for Philips.

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You are a technician and you whats to know the model service code I thinks, and posts this solution.

Use the Remote Commander (RM-Y183, RM-Y184) to perform the circuit adjustments in this section

SETTING THE SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
MODE

1. Standby mode (Power off).

2. Press the following buttons on the remote commander within one

second of each other:
DISPLAY Channel 5 Sound Volume + Power

READING THE MEMORY

1. Enter into service mode.

2. Press 0 on the remote commander.
3. Press ENTER to read memory.

ADJUSTING THE PICTURE

1. Enter into service mode

2. Press 2 or 5 on the remote to select the device item.

3. Press 1 or 4 on the remote to select an item.

4. Press 3 or 6 on the remote to change the data.


RESETTING THE DATA

Note: Be careful when using the remote! It will clear and re-initialize

ALL NVM data including defl ection adjustment data if not reset
properly as follows:
5. Press MUTING then ENTER to write into memory.

RESETTING THE DEFLECTION NVM DATA

1. Enter into service mode.

2. Press 7 , then MENU, and then press ENTER on the remote.

RESETTING THE SYSTEM NVM DATA

1. Enter into service mode.

2. Press 7 , then 9 , and then press ENTER on the remote.

RESETTING THE SYSTEM NVM DATA

1. Enter into service mode.
2. Press 8 and then press ENTER on the remote.

MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION

METHOD

1. After adjustment, pull out the plug from the AC outlet, then replace the

plug in the AC outlet again.

2. Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode.
3. Call the adjusted items again to confi rm they were adjusted.
Ok.

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Waste ink is full how to clear this message


a) How to enter Service mode
Follow the procedure below to enter Service mode.
1) Turn off the printer.
2) Turn on the printer while holding down the [Paper Source] button and [Online]
button.
3) Check that "Canon W8200" is shown on the display, and then release the buttons.
4) Next, "SERVICE MODE" is shown on the display. (If sheets are inserted, this will
be displayed after the sheets are loaded.)
5) Use the [Lower arrow] button to make a selection.
Service mode is added to the options in the Main menu.
Service mode can be entered even during error status (when Exxxx and Wxxxx are
shown on the display) by turning the power off and then using the above key
operation.
b) How to exit Service mode
To exit Service mode, turn off the printer.
c) Buttons used in Service mode
• Selecting menus and parameters: [Left arrow] button or [right arrow] button
• Entering a lower-level menu: [Lower arrow] button
• Entering a higher-level menu: [Upper arrow] button
• Setting menus and parameters: [Enter] button


Now under service mode select counter, and select printer and W-INK to reset it, and under initialize select W-INK.
But also change the waste ink absorber so that you do not get waterfalls of ink from your plotter :-)

Hope that helps


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