Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
The following functions are going to vary depending on the LG model that you have, as manufacturer updates are made without consumer notice.
Turn on the TV, press and hold the menu button on the remote and on the TV simultaneously until a menu shows on the screen. That *MAY* be the service menu.
On the bottom of that menu there will be a selection that reads "load defaults." Toggle down to it with the remote, press enter and then exit the menu by pressing the menu button on the remote.
Or try this...
Turn on the TV. Press and hold the menu button on the remote until a 4 digit passcode prompt comes on the screen...should take about 5 seconds. Enter 8741. Another menu *MAY* come on the screen with a selection for loading factory defaults. Toggle down to it with the remote, press enter and then exit the menu by pressing the menu button again.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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