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Sharp Aquos LC-XXLE700UN service mode

I'd like to see if I can find any info regarding the service mode for my Sharp Aquos LC-52LE700UN. Specifically, I'd like to be able to enter Service Mode and access 10-point grayscale control. I'll try and find a thread specific to this model and post there if this is the wrong forum.

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There is a 6 point grayscale/gamma adjustment in the SM, but it's difficult to do. It shouldn't be attempted unless you have the right equipment and instructions, because it could mess things up in a big way if you don't.
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There is a 6 point grayscale/gamma adjustment in the SM, but it's difficult to do. It shouldn't be attempted unless you have the right equipment and instructions, because it could mess things up in a big way if you don't.
Thanks Chad, I'll probably not venture there then. I was able to get the 10-point grayscale dialed in with an avg. dE of 1.46 and the primaries/secondaries are an avg. dE of 2.18. I think I'll call it good enough for an amateur.
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Considering that you are below the threshold of human vision I think you are fine! As long as there is no extra green in the grayscale!
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Considering that you are below the threshold of human vision I think you are fine! As long as there is no extra green in the grayscale!
Grayscale looks very neutral to me so I'll take it!
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