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Why does the menu and channel display keeping poping up while watching tv?

Using a scart lead but while watching the menu and channel display keep popping up constantly on screen, manual buttons do not work when this occurs

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1. Remove the batteries from your remote to ensure that is not sending signals to the TV.

2. The TV may have an internal problem and might need repair.

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It could be dirt/dust has accumulated behind the buttons causing a false contact so it looks like a ghost is operating your tv making things appear and disappear.If this isn not the problem then there is a faulty component on the board where the buttons are located. If you are able to do the cleaning of the buttons yourself use a cleaner that de-greases as wel and make sure everything is bone dry before re-assembly. If not find a competant technician. Hope this helps.

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Go to the philips consumer website, input your model. You are going to look for current software updates. Download the the software to a memory stick. Once downloaded, insert memory stick into USB port on TV. It will upgrade automatically and your problem will be solved. Let me know if I can be of further assistance

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I have the same problem in the office, but, not at home. I believe the IR sensor is confused by office florescent lighting, which has an unperseptible 60-cycle flicker not charactoristic of home incandescent lighting. Energy saving compact florescent probably have the same effect.

I have attached a dark tube over the sensor with relative success. This cluge is an unfortunate compensation for poor engineering because of the reduced angle of reception (the remote has to be directly in front of the sensor).

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your closed captions are turned on and in the text mode. turn them off or select cc1 to view that captions

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there is a firm ware download for many of these sets at philips site that will correct this problem

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Option 1(this is the most complicated way if you are using scart lead or the three color leads then skip to option 2)

if you using the normal arial socket ie arial from roof goes into free view then from free view into vid then vid into tell then what you need to do is make sure on the free view that you have a menu screen on the screen either tv guide or something that will stay on their.
Now put the video on a channel you dont use say 6 then you need to use the video remote and then enter the setup mode and then start the scanning process to look for the signal keep going until you get the menu screen that you opened on the free view then store this as channel 6 on the video.
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Option 2:
If you free view box is using scart leads and has two scart lead outputs on the back, ie one for the telly and the other for the video, if you have it like this then plug telly scart into telly and video scart into video.

Now in the back of the video you should have scart lead coming from the free view, and maybe one coming from the video into the telly
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Option 3 now if you have it set up any other way just let me know how then i can assist you further ok.

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OK, I think I see the problem there.
The aerial lead from the DVDR to TV should be removed.
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Ok here goes.

1) Take airial lead from the wall socket in to antenna in on freeview box.

2) connect short usually black airial type lead in to antenna out socket on freeview. plug the other end of this lead in to aerial in on vcr.

3) connect the other end of this aerial type lead to airial plug on the back of tv.

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PLEASE NOTE THIS INFORMATION COVERS PROBLEMS FOR ALL DEVICES CONNECTED UP BY STUPID scart LEADS. I HOPE IT HELPS EVERYONE.

This is a common problem, the problem is caused by the fact your device is connected to the TV via a scart lead. The way it works is this: If you press the AV button on your TV remote your TV will turn over to the first scart channel. If you actively do something on the device connected via scart in this case the dvd player, (this includes things like playing a DVD or Video, or going into a menu), the device sends a signal down pin 8 of the scart lead and turns the TV over automatically to the AV channel, BUT as soon as you come out of the menu or stop the DVD/Video the signal stops and the TV will revert back to the channel it was on.
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