I read the previous posting about the TV Guide feature resetting itself. In my instance, I keep receiving the following message: "Updated information will be available within 24 hours. The Guide is rebuidling your channel list based on your setup change." The problem is that I haven't made any changes, and it never does reset and display properly. Any thoughts?
Try this (with the original remote):Reset TV Guide On Screen 1.Press the TV Guide button 2.Curser up and over to the SETUP menu 3.Select Change system settings (highlight only) 4.Enter the following numbers … 753159852 (setup mode) 5.Enter the following numbers … 653274147 (reset mode)
It will take some time to get the guide downloaded, but it works.
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Hello! Daniel Busa with Dish Network I saw your post and would like to apologize for the inconvenience. If you've gotten that error message it may be a sign your hard drive is down. If you reset the reciever by unplugging it and it keeps happening you will need a replacement.
Depending on what VM system you have there is a feature # you key in.
For instance the Nortel Callpilot feature is "feature, 981" If this is your first time logging in you will have to enter a password. Contact your systems administrator to reset or set your password to never ask.
try resetting the machine by pressing the features button and then in fast sequence 2,8,6,4, if you do it right it should flash test mode, then enter 91, and after you do this enter 99 to get out of the test mode
My kdl-46v4100 has been off all day and I've heard two or
three clicks. It sounds exactly like the click you hear when it’s been off all
day and you go to turn it on. A few minuets after it clicked I turned it on and
to my surprise there was NO click sound.
This LCD TV (like most large displays) uses an Active Matrix
of thin film transistors, aka TFT. Essentially the screen is a large array of
transistors and capacitors. According to my previous observations; I suspect
the random clicks are associated with the LCD circuitry providing a fresh
“standby charge” to the TFT array (hence no click on power on following a
Not a solution, but an explanation other than “cooling off…”
Unplug the TV for 4 hours or more. This is called a 'Hard Reset'. Then plug it back in, turn it on and let the TV do it's thing. It will set itself up. Just follow the TV setup prompts. Guide Plus is a feature on the TV. Much like a TV guide showing all channels, shows, description of shows, times, etc..