It seems as though our remote has gone crazy because the onscreen set up menu keeps popping up. It goes through it's entire sequence, then exits, then starts again in like 10 seconds. GRRRRR....please can anyone help?
I just had a similar problem, and it turned out that one of the little rubber buttons was pushed down and had gotten stuck under the plastic housing just enough to create contact, but hardly enough to notice at first glance.
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Probably a stuck button, either the menu button on the set itself is stuck or a menu button on a remote is active. Press the menu button on the set itself and see if that "un-sticks" the button, if it was indeed stuck. If the menu keeps popping up, take the remotes from the room and go back in without the remotes and see if the menu is popping up. Try the menu button again on the TV itself to see if that changes things. If the problem was a remote, perhaps it was laying wrong and depressing a button. Or, a button on it may have indeed been stuck. Bring the remotes back in and see if the menu starts popping up.
1= Retigh the springs contact batteries very well 2= Change the new batteries by alkalines 3= Open the remote and clean the keypad with special spray contact cleaner, and try again. 4= If the problem persist, you must go to the repair shop,or to buy a new one. God bless you
The menu button on the TV itself is bad and must be replaced ( or removed ). Alternatively the whole front button assembly can be disconnected. Just follow the wire back to the main chassis and unplug it.
I had this same experience and after hours of attepts to fix it (including the suggestions on this site) I found that the company that installed and set up my system literally disabled the "set up" on the remote so that it could not be changed. To fix this (and/or confirm that this may be your problem) reference page 39, "all reset functions" to reset your remote back to factory settings. As soon as I did this and hit "set-up" -- the set up menu popped up and worked appropriately. Hope this works for you!
it sound as the menu button is staked, is a easy job for a tech, but dificult one for regular people, better get a tech and let him know that you know the problem is the menu button, thas gonna help with the price off the repair...good luck