Question about Philips 37PF7320A 37 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
The tv menu was displayed when I turned the set on and I have been unable to exit from it. I press the exit option, the picture appears momentarily then defaults right back to the menu screen. Powering off and changing cables do not help.
So I just called Philips about this problem. Our TV was doing the same thing, she said it was a problem with the software in the tv and you need to update it.
Go to www.p4c.philips.com
enter your product number for the tv
go to product support
then software and drivers and then click on the link and follow the directions.
Your going to have to download it onto an usb and plug it into the tv.
And if that doesnt make any sense I apologize I dont really know what Im talking about Im just repeating what she said.
Lets all hope it works!!!
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unable to exit TV's menu
Try to replace the remote sensor board inside the bottom of your tv. If that won't work, you need to replace the Small Signal Board (SSD Assy) of your tv.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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your television and Apex DT250 receiver on.
the "Menu" button on the Apex DT250 remote control.
the remote's "Up" and "Down" buttons to scroll through the
menu options. Stop when "Parental Controls" is highlighted. Press the
"Right" button to select this option.
your four-digit password. If you have not set your password, use the default
code of "0000."
the "Up" and "Down" arrows to change or set the parental
control movie ratings. You can select from "None," "G,"
"PG," "PG-13," "R," "NC-17" and
"X." Once your setting is highlighted, press the "Right"
button to go to the next screen.
Use the "Up" and "Down" arrows to change or set the parental control TV ratings. You can select from "None," "TV-Y," "TV-Y7," "TV-G," "TV-PG," "TV-14" and "TV-MA." Once your desired setting is highlighted, press the "OK" button to save your settings. Once the settings are saved, you will be taken back to the main menu. Press the "Exit" key to exit the main menu.
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The Setup menu allows you to access the GUIDE Plus+ system setup information. To access the
1. If the GUIDE Plus+ system isn't on your screen, press GUIDE on your remote control.
2. Press MENU to select the Menu Bar.
3. Use the right arrow to highlight the Setup menu selection.
4. Use the up and down arrows to select Change system settings, Review options, or
• Change system settings Confirms the settings you completed in the GUIDE Plus+
system setup are correct.
• Review options Displays the GUIDE Plus+ system auto display options.
On Automatically displays the GUIDE Plus+ system when you press the ON•OFF
button on the remote control.
Off Disables the GUIDE Plus+ system from being displayed when you press the
ON•OFF button on the remote control.
• View demo Runs the GUIDE Plus+ system demonstration
Note: If you have not completed your GUIDE Plus+ system setup, these options will not be available. A
screen will prompt you to complete your setup.
Getting In & Out of the GUIDE Plus+ System
To enter the GUIDE Plus+ system:
• Press GUIDE on the remote.
• Press and hold MENU for 2 seconds on the front panel.
To exit the GUIDE Plus+ system:
• Highlight a program and press OK to exit the GUIDE Plus+ system and tune
to the channel.
• Press GUIDE to exit the GUIDE Plus+ system and tune to the channel
displayed in the video window.
• Press CLEAR to exit the GUIDE Plus+ system and return to the original
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