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Re: broken remote, want sleep timer
Only if you can do this in the the menu from the front of the set. Some will let you but others do not include this in the menu . Then a remote will be the only way . You can go to www.replacementremotes.com to see if you can purchase a remote for your set . Good luck
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hello! yes, it has the one! you need to go to the menu, setup portion of that. you'll see: clock set, timers, etc. That's where you will find it. A bit complicated, but possible. If your remote lacks "sleep" button, get the one with it. good luck, Alex.
Possibly the remote button for the timer is stuck or the remote is broken.You could try to take the remote apart and clean whatever is blocking the contacts inside it so you can activate the timer again.Some remotes have srews holding them together and clips so it basically snaps together.You need a thin flat head to pry open the remote if possible.Open up a small crack and slid the driver along the opening till it pops open.If that is too hard or your afraid to break the remote just look into buying another one. http://reviews.cnet.com/4566-13548_7-0.html?filter=500816_109732_500820_5312423_
Press and hold the SLEEP key for three seconds. The illuminated component name turns on.
Release the SLEEP key.
Using the number keys, enter the desired time in minutes (from 1-99
minutes). To set the timer to an umber under 10 minutes, first press 0
and then the desired number (e.g.,05 for five minutes). The illuminated
component name blinks with each key press.
Once the second number is entered,the illuminated component name turns off. Tip Any key press
other than the number keys is ignored. If you don't enter the sleep
time within 10 seconds after pressing the SLEEP key, you must start over
at step 1. The illuminated component name blinks four times and then
turns off, indicating your attempt to program the Sleep Timer has been
The Sleep Timer is now set.
Leave remote aimed at the TV. Once the Sleep Timer is set, you can
continue to use the remote without affecting the Sleep Timer. However,
because the timing mechanism for the Sleep Timer is built into the
remote itself, the remote must be in TV Mode and pointed at the TV to
activate the Sleep Timer. Note: If the ON·OFF key is pressed, the Sleep Timer is canceled.
in thid you have reset you tv with help of tv remote . this syestem is used because while seeing at night some oerson sleeps. so he set timer after which the tv gets turned off. to solve this you have to go in menu and you to search for a tinner or sleep option it can be directly on your tvv remote