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My tv keeps changing to the "settings" menu. - Philips 42PF7320A 42 in. Plasma HDTV

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    The cost to fix with labor was about $500+.

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1.Unplug the power cable.
2.Press and hold the {MUTE} button on the remote control while plugging the power cable back into the outlet.
3.Keep pressing the {MUTE} button until the TV powers on with the Service Menu displayed.
4.Use the {CH+} {CH-} buttons to select menus.
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1.Unplug the power cable.
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3.Keep pressing the {VOL -} button until the TV powers on with the Service Menu displayed.
4.Use the {CH+} {CH-} buttons to select menus.
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1.Press and hold the {SELECT} and {INPUT} buttons on the Projector at the same time for about 10 seconds.
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1.Press & hold the {MENU} button on the Projector for about 10 seconds.
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The book shows 0154 as the code for my sanyo tv ,it does not work .


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If you are looking for its service menu, there is no code, but some doings is necessary as follows.
Two proceedings are given. One amoung them will surely open your TV to service mode adjustments.

To enter the service menu do the following. Most of the sanyo sets will get positve results with this.

Unplug the power cable.
* Press and hold the {MUTE} button on the remote control while plugging the power cable back into the outlet.
* Keep pressing the {MUTE} button until the TV powers on with the Service Menu displayed.
* Use the {CH+} {CH-} buttons to select menus.
* Use the {VOL+} {VOL -} buttons to change settings.
* Some menus might have sub-addresses. Use the numeric buttons {0} to {7} to adjust sub-item data.
* Press the {MENU} button or turn the TV off to exit.

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* Unplug the power cable.
* Press and hold the {VOL -} button on the TV
while plugging the power cable back into the outlet.

* Keep pressing the {VOL -} button until
the TV powers on with the Service Menu displayed.

* Use the {CH+} {CH-} buttons to select menus.
* Use the {VOL+} {VOL -} buttons to change settings.

* Some menus might have sub-addresses. Use the
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* Press the {MENU} button or turn the TV off to exit.

OK

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