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How do I do a factory reset?

Some how, the picture blew up, and half the picture is being cut off. I need to know how to do a factory reset for a 42 inch rear projection Samsung HGTV. I appreciate any help.

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  • mbuote Jan 04, 2009

    I tried to reset all the settings but It looks exactly the same as before.  Is there another step to resetting that I am missing?

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With the tv off, press on the remote Mute,1,8,2,Power
This enters the service menu.
The factory reset option is in there.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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