I've tried every menu I can find.... is it possible that there is NO sleep timer on a flat screen this new????
Also - my remote quit as well, even after a new battery. worked for a few more weeks then quit again. Is Initial known for crappy remotes?
Just checked a similar sets owners manual...the sleep timer on this model is located in the menu---setup,,this menu prompt has language,SLEEP,menu trans,menu timeout ,and default setting....if you don't see the SLEEP mode in setup--you probably don't have it!...hope that helps
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hello! yes, it has the one! you need to go to the menu, setup portion of that. you'll see: clock set, timers, etc. That's where you will find it. A bit complicated, but possible. If your remote lacks "sleep" button, get the one with it. good luck, Alex.
With TV powered ON press: [DISPLAY] and [VIDEO STATUS] on the remote at the same time. -or-
Press the [SLEEP TIMER] key and set the SLEEP TIMER for "0" MIN. While the SLEEP TIMER information is still on screen, press the [DISPLAY] key and [VIDEO STATUS] key of the remote control unit at the same time to enter the SERVICE MENU.
Exit the service menu by twice pressing the [EXIT] key on the remote.
Try unpluging your T.V. for 5hours+, then turn it back on. Worked for It's called a "hard reset" by sony.
Do the following steps
Check the Sony remote for a button labeled "Sleep." This allows you to cycle through the sleep settings and determine how long you want the TV to remain on.
Step 2 Press the "Sleep" button. You'll see a number come up onscreen: usually 15 or 90. When you press it again the number changes, moving up and down in increments of 15. This is the number of minutes the TV will remain on before it goes to sleep. As you cycle through it, you should see a setting with the words "Sleep Off" appear onscreen. If you leave it there, the sleep setting should cancel, allowing you to turn the set off when you like. If you miss it, just keep pushing the "Sleep" button. It will continue to cycle through the options until "Sleep Off" appears once again.
Step 3 Access the timer function to shut off the timer by pressing the "Menu" button, then cycling through the onscreen options until you reach the "Applications" setting. Press it, and then cycle through to the "Clock/Timers" option.
Step 4 Highlight the "Timer 1" setting and press the "+" button. If it's showing a given time, you'll need to deactivate it. Use the up and down arrows and move through the possible options until you come to the "Off" setting. Leave it there; that should shut the timer off.
Step 5 Repeat the process with the "Timer 2" setting, a little further down the "Clock/Timers" menu. Set it to the "Off" position just as you did with the "Timer 1" setting.
Step 6 Press the "Menu" button when you are done to exit the menu and return to the screen. You should be able to view the Sony TV as normal with no danger of it turning off.
First try to access the sleep timer menu from the controls on the TV to verify the TV is working.
If that works then the remote has the problem. Now try this; Step 1- Pull the batteries out of the remote and leave them out until Step 4. Step 2- Press and release each and every button one at a time on the remote control until every button has been pressed and released at least once! Step 3- If your remote has slide switches, you must move the switch to each position then repeat the button pushing in Step 2. (When you're done, be sure to put the slide switch in the correct position to operate the unit the remote came with!) Step 4- Put the batteries back into the remote, being very careful to install them correctly. New batteries should be used if you're not sure about the old ones. If this does not work, then you may need a new remote unit.