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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There might have been a power surge that had damaged the two units. For the reset, having the tv unplugged overnight should do it. If it does not work you may want to check the power supply of the tv for leaking capacitors or burned resistors or loose solders.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for your advice I will try your suggestion to reset the TV & let you know the outcome."
we solved it by chance, just push "i"(display) and then digit 1 twice(11) and then the line switch(AV), then the factory setting comes up. Then you can scroll down to the hotel mode and make it "off". Finish by pressing "i" again, then the window closes and you are back in normal operation
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Not all sets have a hotel lock.....key in for a google search on the model and get a free download of the user manual.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Your particular TV does not appear to have a "reset" mode to return to default (factory) settings. I can only assume that you are trying to get the picture back to "normal".
To do this grab your remote, press the "menu" button then select "picture' using the up and down buttons. Then press "enter" again and select "mode" this is where you can change the size, aspect ratio and etc. of your picture. Use the up and down buttons to select 16 by 9 format or "standard" if it says that in the menu. The image I have is too small for me to read exactly which setting it should be at. At least this is where you change those options I am pretty sure you will know which setting by checking the video. If it's still wrong then try some of the other "modes" and check again.
Posted on May 31, 2010
SOURCE: i am at a hotel
No, not a remote problem: the tv can't get out of the Hotel mode because the control processor is no longer capable of loading the correct data from the firmware. The only way to fix that is to reload the firmware, something you can't do since the tv isn't yours.
There's nothing you can do, sorry - just ask them to replace the tv and don't attempt to mess with the next one, the owners of the hotel might take it badly and make you pay for the repair.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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