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Our Sharp TV often displays the message "No Operation off: Remaining 5 minutes". It then counts down to zero, and the set goes off. How can we eliminate this?

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  • richardgaski Mar 05, 2009

    Our set is a LCD Sharp Aquos

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    This response is not worth the money. Please refund the charge.
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The function NO OPERATION OFF is enabled. Then TV operates 3 hours is shuts off. You need to disable it by going to menu POWER CONTROL NO OPERATION OFF ENABLE/DISABLE
Press Disable and you are done
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Hi

In this case you have abnormal system operation or abnormal 5V Dc supply in system IC, if you have knowledge in electronics repairing i can teach you how to fix this problem

Thanks!

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First off what is the make and the model of the tv? Once I have this information I can assist you properly. Please don't request more assistance until I get a chance to assist you further.
Thank you,
Lee

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    Lee A. Mar 05, 2009

    http://www.cleverhome.com.au/user/Sharp-...
    refer to p.28 of this manual. All this is, is a setting that when there is no action taken it shuts off. This saves the life of your tv. You can change the settings by viewing p.28 of the manual by clicking on the link above. I believe the default is 3 hours. If you still need further assistance let me know. Also please take a moment to rate my solution accordingly.
    Thank you,
    Lee


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    Lee A. Mar 05, 2009

    I'm sorry it is possible you are not able to see my added comments but I definitely have the solution to your problem. If you still need assistance or are having any trouble rating my solution please let me know.
    Thank you,
    Lee


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Your lamp will probably last a lot longer than the TV thinks it should. This procedure will reset the lamp timer so you don't have to look at that annoying message every time you turn your tv on. Remember that the "lamp" indicator light on the lower left of the set will stay on until the lamp is actually replaced. I had to buy a replacement lamp to get this information, could not find it anywhere for these model numbers.
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Your lamp will probably last a lot longer than the TV thinks it should. This procedure will reset the lamp timer so you don't have to look at that annoying message every time you turn your tv on. Remember that the "lamp" indicator light on the lower left of the set will stay on until the lamp is actually replaced. I had to buy a replacement lamp to get this information, could not find it anywhere for these model numbers.
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