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Have a toshiba 42H83 how do I get into service mode? think it is menu menu(hold) and push what at the same time

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ENTERING TO SERVICE MODE
1) Press MUTE button twice
on Remote Control.
2) Press MUTE button
again to keep pressing.
3) While pressing the MUTE button,
press MENU button on TV set.

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Hi I Have a Toshiba 62JM9UA Rear projector TV, canyou please advise how to get into the service menu,


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With the set ON, press MUTE once remote, then press MUTE again and hold in down while pressing MENU on the TV
The letter S will appear on the screen to show that the set is in the Service mode
To select the adjustment that you want to change press CH+ or CH -
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With the set ON, Push the MUTE button on the remote 3 times and on the third time hold it down then press MENU on the set.

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Go into the service menu and turn down the red push and red cut a few notches. Write down every value in the service menu and be careful to make sure you don't change anything else. Also, turn down the brightness a couple of clicks and the red glow will be gone.

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I have a problem with a very shaky picture on my TOSHIBA rear projection TV model 42h83 I have tried the touch focus, all I really get is two horizontal lines of each color (RGB) they roll top to bottom...


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http://lgknowledgebase.com/kb/index.php?View=entry&EntryID=3229 

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i tell people all the time if you get into the service menu and hit the wrong buttons i wont know what you did to it again if you post here to ask how to get into the service mode you dont have the desire to find the codes on the internet which are readily available as are service manuals turn on the tv push mute on the remote till mute goes out hold down mute button and push menu on front of tv hit menu again when the s comes up hit 7 on remote and watch out you just figured how to reconverge your tv maybe not

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