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if you are switching it off at the mains or unplugging it from the wall and leaving it without power for more than a short period of time (over 1 minute), yes it will loose any "saved" information.
Some more advanced processors do have a back up cell(like a cr2020) mounted on the board as they have multiple settings for speakers and complex I.P data set ups that can be kept alive and remebered in the memory for a good ammount of time until some form of power is restored.
Your receiver though, would not have such a thing and although it may store the presets briefly (up to about 30secs to maybe a minute) if there is a power interuption, there is nothing inside to help it store anyhting once it is unplugged.
So in short, if you don't want the hassle of programming stuff all the time, just leave it in standby.
Vertical hold needs adjustment. Check for vertical hold preset and adjust. If no preset present in the P C B of the TV, try through service mode adjustment. Service mode adjustment possible only by the authorized service provider.
Do you have a fresh battery in the unit? Make sure your 'reset' button inside the battery case isn't 'stuck' on (push a little pencil in there).
Fresh battery, then do a reset inside the case, do a reset to factory settings, then try normal on and off with the switch and see if that fixes it or not.
Yes,the tv power supply board probably have dead components,likely a couples of capacitors on the power supply board have gases leakages,it dead,not funsctions any more.Take it to the tv shop pay for trouble & repair for you,this tv name are spacially made for and sell by the Target stores only.Very limited whole board parts,available on the net to buy.
If the picture is looking darker than normal then yes I suspect the lamp. The lamp indicator on the front of the TV is just a timer that is preset warning you that the lamp is about to expire. The timer actually has nothing to do with the actual usage of the lamp itself.
I had the same problem and found this forum. In Camera mode, I went to the night/program light button and somehow entered a circular menu shown on the screen ... chose sports shots - and boom! back on to focused pictures. Hallelujah.