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"Current Settings Do Not Allow Selection and Adjustment"

How do I get around this problem? I can't make many changes to my programming

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  • jgoodman917 May 18, 2009

    Correct. I am trying to enable use of the HDMI cable but under the Home menu and options, the HDMI settings choice does not allow me to enable it---I get the message "current settings do not allow selection and adjustment"--I need to find out how to change the "current settings"

  • Devon Sacco
    Devon Sacco May 11, 2010

    I went over the manual, it says nothing about HDMI. I believe it doesn't support the HDMI format. I'm sure it's the reason why you can't make any changes to it.

    From the diagrams, it doesn't seem to a HDMI port. How do you have it hooked up?



    I'm starting to thing I might have the wrong manual. The PDP-5040HD was printed in 2003. Maybe your TV is a newer version of that model.

    Is there any extra numbers or letters next to the model number?

  • Devon Sacco
    Devon Sacco May 11, 2010

    I have a copy of your manual. The PDP-5040HD right?

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Extended Hold (Vacation) Mode
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