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I have an RX4109 and when I use the sleep mode with volume about 4, after 45 minutes the volume goes to 47 without input from remote which was on the night stand. Could this be interference form another remote?

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Other RF sources like security systems and garage door openers could be involved.

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  1. Press and release the TV key.
  2. Press and hold the SLEEP key for three seconds. The illuminated component name turns on.
  3. Release the SLEEP key.
  4. Using the number keys, enter the desired time in minutes (from 1-99 minutes). To set the timer to an umber under 10 minutes, first press 0 and then the desired number (e.g.,05 for five minutes). The illuminated component name blinks with each key press.
  5. Once the second number is entered,the illuminated component name turns off.
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Simple solutions:
1. Get a power surge protector / strip.
2. Plug your TV power cord to the power surge.
3.Then turn-on your TV using the remote control2_bing.gif. Just in case it won't go all the way to normal state.
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Here is the code for your TV 0154 along with the advanced codes.
Advanced Codes for TV_0154TVs ------------------ <TV Group>
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0154 244 ACM 165 Fine Tune Up 251 SAP 167 Surround Mute
244 Auto Chroma 244 MTC 231 Speaker In 168 Surround Vol dwn
251 Bilngual 234 PIP Location 233 Speaker Out 164 Surround Vol up
169 Fine Tune Do 228 PIP Select 247 Stereo 129 Component 2 (discrete)


TELEVISION. Uses with:
TUNER/CD/TAPE/PHONO/AMP..CDs................AUX2 088
TELEVISION...............TVs..................TV 154
VCR......................VCRs................VCR 047
VCR......................VCRs................VCR 104

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100|AM/PM|1-- may be 100/Enter;
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Level Up|R may be Control Right, Level Up/Minute or Menu Up;
Level Dn|L may be Control Left, Level Dn/Hour or Menu Down;
Review|Qck View may be CH Recall or Quick View;
SetTime Fast may be Stereo Matrix;
SetTime Slow may be Time/Day, Set Up, Clear or Menu;
TV/Video/AV may be TV/AV, Video Mode, Input or A/V;
Wide|TV|Loud may be Stereo Matrix, Surround or Mode;
MTC|OBC|Auto may be ACM or Auto Chroma.

181 0...............0 185 1...............1
120 ENTER...........1-- 120 ENTER...........100
183 2...............2 187 3...............3
180 4...............4 184 5...............5
182 6...............6 186 7...............7
053 8...............8 057 9...............9
185 1...............A 123 A/B.............A/V
120 ENTER...........AM/PM 059 CHANNEL DOWN....AM/PM
183 2...............B 187 3...............C
249 RECALL..........CH Recall 059 CHANNEL DOWN....Channel Down
055 CHANNEL UP......Channel Up 122 PROGRAM.........Clear
250 STOP............Control Left 246 PLAY............Control Right
250 STOP............Cursor Down 059 CHANNEL DOWN....Cursor Left
055 CHANNEL UP......Cursor Right 246 PLAY............Cursor Up
180 4...............D 055 CHANNEL UP......Day
184 5...............E 120 ENTER...........Enter
182 6...............F 121 SHIFT STOP......Fine Tune Dwn
117 SHIFT PLAY......Fine Tune Up 248 PAUSE...........Function
186 7...............G 053 8...............H
250 STOP............Hour 057 9...............I
123 A/B.............Input 181 0...............J
059 CHANNEL DOWN....K 250 STOP............Level Down
246 PLAY............Level Up 122 PROGRAM.........Menu
250 STOP............Menu Down 246 PLAY............Menu Up
246 PLAY............Minute 116 SHIFT PAUSE.....Mode
245 MUTE............Mute 230 SHIFT FFD.......PIP Freeze
235 FAST FORWAARD...PIP On/Off 232 SHIFT REW.......PIP Replace
119 POWER...........Power 052 DISPLAY.........Recall
249 RECALL..........Review 248 PAUSE...........Select
122 PROGRAM.........Set Up 118 REWIND..........SetTime Fast
122 PROGRAM.........SetTime Slow 056 SLEEP...........Sleep
116 SHIFT PAUSE.....Stereo Matrix 118 REWIND..........Stereo Matrix
116 SHIFT PAUSE.....Surround 122 PROGRAM.........Time/Day
056 SLEEP...........Timer 181 0...............Timer Set
056 SLEEP...........Timer Start 116 SHIFT PAUSE.....TV
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058 VOLUME DOWN.....Volume Down 054 VOLUME UP.......Volume Up
116 SHIFT PAUSE.....Wide
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