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My tv keeps changing from standard picture mode to dynamic

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  • gav m Aug 14, 2008

    I have a samsung lcd model. LE32R87BD and when i select the standard picture setting the tv turns its self back to dynamic after about 15 mins. also i cant get down to change to warm colour settings coz its not highlighted. please can some1 help. thanks Gav

  • gav m Aug 14, 2008

    Im not using cable im just using the free view thats built into the tv could that b changing the picture setup. thanks

  • gav m Aug 15, 2008

    Ive done it now, the tv was in shop mode so i had 2 take the tv out of digital tv on 2 normal tv. Then hold the menu button on front of tv then then select plug and play and then select home. thanks for all your help Gav M

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If you are using a HD cable/satellite box and it sounds like you are, you need to change the Apect Ratio or Zoom feature off automatic in the box, just because it is set on the tv does not mean the box doesn't have it's own feature, another thing if you are using a HDMI or component cables for HD the HD signal is the optimal picture for viewing and can disable some picture settings from your tv because it is sending the best picture it can and doesn't want you to alter it, This is common on most tv's nowadays

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  • margarido_ri Oct 16, 2010

    thanks, even if is 2 years later...

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