Hi, I am afraid this reply is too late, but if you happen to stop by the site: The set has a built-in NTSC tuner, with no PAL tuner, as it is advertised in the US. So the answer is: No, you can't do PAL.
But if your manual says it has the PAL tuner, then you should be able to find a switch on the set or a button on the remote to change over to PAL.
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I'm sorry to inform you that the TV is not directly compatible with the power and color system available in India. The TV is only designed to work with 120V/60 Hz and NTSC color System. The power specification in India is 230V/50Hz. The color system is PAL.
However, you can use a Voltage converter and PAL to NTSC converter to make use of the TV in India.
Thanks for understanding. Please let me know if you require any clarifications.
Sell it before u leave Korea,tv from Asia used PAL signal frequencies.US tv used NTSC signal frequencies,not compatible.Tv PAL to NTSC signal frequencies,will not work.PAL and NTSC signal frequencies can't be mix.
My LG 17LX1R had a almost the same problem. Red standby went to green for 1-2 seconds then back to red standy. Turned out to be bad caps on the power supply board. Yours is definately going to need to be opened up. Not a generic fix. You gotta ask yourself if its worth fiixing a 6-7 year old LCD tv with limited LCD life. New ones can be had for about $130-150.
While a modern PAL TV can display NTSC sources (namely DVD players and PAL VHS players that support pseudo-NTSC), an NTSC TV can not display a PAL source, unless it's an expensive multi-standard TV. Sorry pal, bad choice.
If you purchased the TV in the US, it is probably strictly for use with the NTSC system and will not work with any PAL components. You can get some multi fornat devices (DVD, VCR) that will output NTSC, PAL and Secam. That is probably your best option.