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I have a kv36fv15 and have went into the service menu to make some minor adjustments however i seem to have messed everything up .what are the factoty default settings

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  • billkoppler Sep 13, 2010

    this only resets the user settings not the service settings - i need a list of what the factory settings are

  • billkoppler Sep 13, 2010

    i need a list of what the factory settings in the service menu should be so i can go in and reset them all

  • billkoppler Sep 13, 2010

    this only resets the user settings not the factory service settings i nee a list of what the factory parameters should be set to or a loction i can get this info

  • billkoppler Sep 15, 2010

    this does not reset the service adjustments only the user adjustments i need a complete list of what the factory settings on the service menu are! not the user menu Thank You

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Press 8 then ENTER on the Remote Commander to reset all service data to factory default settings.

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    Shahid Electronics Sep 13, 2010

    First go to service mode then press 8 then enter on remote, we call it Initialize service data, all the service data will be reset to factory default settings.
    Also try 8 then 0
    Or 8 then Mute on remote

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    Shahid Electronics Sep 15, 2010

    OK, you need to get service manual copy that has all service data list.
    Click THIS LINK and download all 15 files of related service manual then unzip it with Winrar software to get PDF manual file.
    Let me know if you have additional question.
    Thanks.

  • billkoppler Sep 15, 2010

    i already have this service manual it does not list the service settings only how to enter the service mode and tells you to write down the deault settings before adjusting which i failed to do. Where can I find what theese values should be

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    Shahid Electronics Sep 15, 2010

    what is file size of service manual that you have?
    I can see service data list starts from page-24 page-29

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Enter the service Mode using the remote.

Then press “8” then “Enter.”


This will reset the CPU, turning the set off then back on

automatically.

or you may have the option:

Replace the CPU (IC001)

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