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Messed up the service menu! on the le46f8 how can i reset it to the factory settings?

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If you can reset it is in the menu. See your manual also.
A philips flat can do these days. I hope an Samsung also.

http://samsungplasmatvfaq.com/index.php/Service_Menu

So impossible total restore, you should have written all down before attempting.

Now see a dealer

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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