Question about Olevia Kolin DLT2711M 27 in. LCD Television
We have a Kolin (Olevia) DLT 3212M. We are having problems with our TV's On Screen Display (OSD). When we push the menu button on the remote, it takes us to the OSD as usual, but Auto Setting under Video is locked out, and the Colour of the picture on all channels is not sharp and accurate. also, all of our settings that are on a number scale (Brightness, Hue, Sharpness, Saturation and Contrast) are locked in place, and we cannot ajust those as well. Brightness and Contrast are stuck at 50, Saturation is stuck at 16, Hue is stuck at 1 and the Sharpness is stuck at 168 (the scale should only go from 1 - 100). Does anyone know how to unlock these settings
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I have the same exact problem. It just shut off and when I turned it back on, I couldn't adjust any of the picture settings. After a day or so everything was all well again until I tried to adjust the picture and it went back to a dark screen. I was told by Olevia that my Mainboard needs to be replaced and it costs ~$202!! I can replace it myself but come on, why am I spending all this money just to pay for a "Windows" crash?
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
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Why are the menu settings that I changed not being saved?
The TV is in Showroom mode. The following steps will help you switch to Home mode.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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The contrast setting should always be more than the brightness setting, it's purely common sense to have the black levels dark and the white levels light. I advise your brightness to be 40, and your contrast to be set to 60.
You shouldn't alter the hue, as most manufacturers would have spent significant time balancing this anyway, so set this to 50 and leave it alone.
The saturation shouldn't be altered too much, the best bet is to set this to 55 and let it be. Also, the colour temperature shouldn't be changed atall, so set this to the default setting and leave it alone.
As for the sharpness setting, this should definitely be set quite low. I advise setting the sharpness to 40, and the reason for this is most people assume that the higher the sharpness the better quality and detail, and they're completely wrong.
If you do what I said, you should end up with a crisp, smooth and colourful picture.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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