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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The TV is probably in Shop mode, when your TV is initially turned on you can choose between Shop mode or Home Mode.
In Shop mode the TV automaticly returns to the standard setting after a while, they do this so customers can "play" with it.
Press down de Volume button and then hold down the Menu button for five seconds on the side panel of the tv.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
The set was a store demo, and the options were set so they could not be adjusted. On instruction from Samsung I pressed MENU and VOLUME buttons on the side of the set and hold for 7 seconds The display reverts to Standard from Dynamic. The Remote Options button showed Store Demo, but now shows Standard. All memory functions seem to function now. Thanks for your help.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Your TV is in DEMO-STORE MODE.
Go to menu, find Plug & Play option, start it, and when asked, select Home Mode, than Enter and than just Exit.
Enjoy Your TV!
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
I have the same tv and i just fixed it! mine was a display model at wal mart so it was set to reset to Dynamix (fixed) after 30 minutes of no remote activity
THE FIX: switch to TV MODE and select the EZ SETUP from the option menu
when you get to the TV LOCATION option select HOME
The STORE option resets the TV after 30 mins of remote control inactivity in case someone messes up the picture settings in case someone playing with it while it was on display at the store
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Its in "Shop Mode".
Change your source to TV (analogue), now press menu>find "Plug and Play" and select it and runs through the setup and selct "Home" prompted and not "Shop".
That should sort its out, when its in shop mode its doesn't matter how many times you make changes, when you power it off it will go back to the original shop settings, this feature was built in to allow shops the have all show TV's to run at optimal settings and if a customer played about with the settings it would matter as they are reset again when the TV is switched off and the store staff don't have to go around resetting all the TV's at the end of the day.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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