This started without the remote even being present and now screen defaults to menu screen after just seconds of getting rid of the menu screen-when you turn the tv on, menu screen is up- if you change the channel, menu screen comes up, and even if you get rid of the menu screen, it generally pops back up in seconds- thanks-
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Hmm - does this still happen even if you reset all the settings on the TV to factory default? Other things might be;
1) You're the victim of a prank.
2) Try and use the buttons on the TV to navigate the menu screen, instead of the remote.
3) Call NEC support. They'll usually help with this even if its not on warranty.
It sounds like your TV is in Shop Mode.
Shop mode is a set of picture parameters that have been optimized for a
store showroom or display floor. Shop mode does not allow you save any picture settings such as brightness or contrast. To get the TV
out of Shop Mode press and hold the Menu button on the front panel for
three seconds, the picture will blank momentarily then reappear with
"Dynamic Mode" shown on the screen. At this point the picture parameters
can be changed and saved.
If this method doesn't work for your TV there is an alternate method that might.
From the buttons on the front of the TV (not the remote): 1) Press the Volume + (increase volume) button 2) Whilst the volume button is pressed, press and keep pressed the menu button 3) Let go of the volume button and keep the menu button pressed for 5 seconds 4) After this time the screen should go blank and "Dynamic" will appear at the bottom of the screen.
The following functions are going to vary depending on the LG model that you have, as manufacturer updates are made without consumer notice.
Turn on the TV, press and hold the menu button on the remote and on the TV simultaneously until a menu shows on the screen. That *MAY* be the service menu. On the bottom of that menu there will be a selection that reads "load defaults." Toggle down to it with the remote, press enter and then exit the menu by pressing the menu button on the remote.
Or try this... Turn on the TV. Press and hold the menu button on the remote until a 4 digit passcode prompt comes on the screen...should take about 5 seconds. Enter 8741. Another menu *MAY* come on the screen with a selection for loading factory defaults. Toggle down to it with the remote, press enter and then exit the menu by pressing the menu button again.
1# First unplug tv,unhook ant.let set overnight.2# Reconect ant.Plug back in.turn tv on with button on tv.let tv run trew all its modes for 5 to 6 hrs.Don`t push any buttons!!!!! It has to reset everything.then try remote,when it starts to work,set new pin code.use your instruction book,to set all blocks to N,,Clear all favorite channels + erase channels in tv 's memory if there in there yet,takes a lot of time.it will keep resetting,remote won't work.let it run awhile. then push exit, hold 5 to 10 seconds remote will eventually come back,check your settings reset them, be sure menu is set to STOP, it may start running threw all its modes again,let run couple hrs, then push exit 5 to 10 seconds to get your remote back.keep trying this. when you think the tv is working right,turn it off for 10 seconds then back on. If it starts resetting, let it run an hr,then push exit again to get your remote back,it has to reset everything,keep trying, took me 3DAYS to get it right!!!!!!!!! the only thing I don't have working is the pic size button,Don't need that anyway. GOOD LUCK.
One of these; Esc & F10, will give you access to the BIOS settings that are stored in a bit of memory (CMOS) that the system reads at turn-on.
You will get a text-only screen with a number of function selections which can vary widely so look at them all without making any changes (arrow keys and Enter selects) to see if the feature that is causing you to choose at every boot is a BIOS setting.
All BIOS seem to offer a 'Save and exit' or a 'Exit without saving changes' type of choice so if you find none that logically could be altered to avoid going through those menus each time, you can return to your undesired condition without messing up anything.
Also typically present in BIOS is a choice that read something like 'Return to factory defaults' which will automatically change the setup to something safe and that which most users want.
If you choose that one, then you need to choose the 'Save and exit' selection.
The reason for those steps is to allow those who use a Unix-based (or other) alternative operating system for some tasks to choose different boot modes.
Press and hold mute and return on the player and turn the volume control clockwise, the setup menu will appear after a few seconds.Go thru the menu and do the required disc calibration.Do not mess with settings you don't understand, else you'll create more problems than you solve.Have some good single,double layer DVD ,SVCD and CD for the calibration.
I have this same problem, just started 2 days ago. Changed batteries in remote and everything - driving me nuts- now i cannot change channel or adjust volume! I powered off TV, took batteries out of remote, turned back on and now still stuck. I think we bought junk!