Question about Philips Televison & Video
If the TV is always on or in standby, it drives out moisture on the semiconductor circuits to keep it in good operating condition. Too many on/off, heating and cooling, is too much wear and tear.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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Turn your Sharp television on. Press the "Menu" button on your remote control. Press the "Right" arrow until you see "Setup."
Press the "Down" arrow until you see "Reset" displayed under the Setup menu. Press "Enter."
Type your secret four-digit code using the remote keypad. If you do not know it, you'll need to reset it by following the process in the section "Resetting the Parental Control Password." After you type in the code, "Reset to Factory Preset Values" will appear on the screen.
Press the "Right" arrow to select "Yes" then press "Enter." The screen will show "Now TV Will Restart." Press the "Right" arrow then press "Enter." Wait for the television to reset and revert to the factory default settings.
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