De power the main Amp, then remove the batteries from the remote, then power up the main set again and then put the batteries back in the remote...Its like a re-boot of a computer it just might work for you....Signed of as YUBEUT
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please follow this step: you have customized the picture and menu settings on your Samsung TV
only to find that they keep reverting back to their default positions,
this is because your unit is in what is referred to as "Shop Mode." This
is the demonstration mode used by electronic retailers to show
potential buyers all the features a Samsung television supports. Press
the "Info" button on your remote control, and if under the "Picture
Mode" heading it reads "Shop Mode," hold down the "Menu" button on the
TV itself until the screen reads "Dynamic Mode." This has changed the
picture mode to one of the pre-set positions. You may now change any
settings you'd like. God bless you
The tv universal remotes are having very limited options in functions and tv universal remotes are only work correctly are like buttons power on/off volume up/down and channels up/down.Menu button and a Video setting option modes functions setting are another story all together.These two functions Menu button and Video setting modes funtions will not work correctly in any tv universal remotes.Because these Menu and Video setting modes are belong into the internal setting of the tv itself.It will only work correctly with the tv original remote only.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the tv original remote to use.
I am suggesting you to hit the menu button on the tv itself or on the remote... then the following will appear:
picture sound set up
when you see that please hit the picture then you will read the AV mode please hit that by hitting the arrow next or up and down volume button so that you can pick what mode do you want also you can change/adjust the bright, contrast,sharp,color, tint...
THis one should be easy--just read it in the manual--reset your video mode by removing any disks from the player, close the drawer, and then press and hold the "stop" button for five seconds. The green power button should flash red and back to green. Hope that solves it.
Anytime your unit displays RC1, 2, or 3 - the remote code needs to be reset. Other messages are "chk remote n" or "set n", n being the number 1, 2 or 3. These remote codes are set in case you have multiple products that interact w/ the remote - so when operating one device the other doesn't interfere. Unfortunately, every now and then for completely unknown reasons, they can slip out of the proper code. All you have to do (if your remote is, in fact, functional) is press and hold the number on the remote that corresponds with that which displays on the unit - in your case the number 3, and hold the Enter key at the same time for about 5 to 10 seconds. This should resume operation shortly thereafter. However, you will not see any confirmation on the display as you are performing this reset. It is trial and error.
Yippie, I figured out a solution that worked!!! I have a univeral remote from comcast, on that remote near the bottom left is a small button that says (input) tv/vcr, press that one time and whala!! the tv video screen was gone, I had to manually change the channel from the tv channel button on the unit. once I changed the channel to 3, my universal remote worked... the button is the second one from the bottom left... I was on hold with sanyo for a long time and just kept trying on my own, so good luck!!!!
I scratched my head over this for an hour. The manual says you can access the OSD from the unit, but I see no way to do this. From the remote, you have to select the "AMP" setting at the top of the input list. Then hit the OSD button. Assuming your monitor is set up correctly, this will bring up the On Screen Display. Then hit the "Menu" button also on the remote, and you can make your adjustments. Good luck!
There is often confusion in the way the manual states how to achieve removing demo mode. Because this is listed in the "Menu System" section of the manual and assumes you read from page 1 of the manual that you will know to enter the menu in this section of the manual. Here is step by step instructions on removing demo mode on your unit.
1. Go to standby mode
2. Press and hold the menu button till the menu comes up
3. Press control knob towards AM or FM to scroll through menu till you locate "Demo On"
4. Press control knob straight in for approximately 3 seconds till it switches to "Demo Off"
5. Hit menu button again to exit menu