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Philips Projection model #51PP9303H17 AV5 input not working?

On my model I am trying to hook-up my HD player using my DVI port at input AV5. The problem is that while scrolling thru my channels, there is no AV5. AV1-4 are listed. I contacted Philips but al they could do is refer me to local technician and I would have to pay for his services. Can anyone help with this? I've tried everything I can think of.

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  • dataman62 Dec 09, 2007

    I have the same problem. No AV5 on the channel list. I tried connecting an HDD DVD player with a Philips HDMI to DVI converter cable, but no luck. AV5 did not appear, even after pulling the power plug to reset the channel list. I called Philips tech support, but they weren't able to provide a solution.

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After many hours of research, I was able to fix the missing AV5 channel. I had to access the service menu using code 062596 and the Status/Info button on the Philips remote. There was an error message that had to be cleared and then AV5 needed to be turned on in the options menu. While I was in there, I also turned on the WSCR option, giving me two additional wide screen aspect settings that had also disappeared. I advise you not to go into the service menu unless you do your homework and document each setting before you make changes. Good Luck!

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