Original 'Request for Service Menu' sticky has been closed: for reference it is Here
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Originally Posted by joerao
I checked the links above and saw no reference to V Inc., or the Vizio series of displays. Specifically I am looking for the service menu to the Vizio P50HDM.
Thanks in advance....
Originally Posted by Big Mike
PLEASE get the info for the Vizio L37! Tech support is NO help at all.
That's a hard one to find.
But the search continues...
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As far as I know, the service menu instructions for Pioneer plasmas (mine is a 5040) is actually the "Integrator" menu. I was told by a calibrator in my area that there's a real service menu also. The integrator menu has some useful adjustments that I figured out, but many are inactive, or I just don't know what they're for or how to use them.
Does anyone have instructions for the integrator menu functions?
I'd also like any info on the "real" service menu, if it really exists!
I have tried everything that I can find to access the service menu on myt RCA D52W19 and nothing seems to work. The problem that I am trying to solve is overscan issues that I have when using my media center PC through my dvi connection. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!
I am trying to enter the service menu on a Sony KLV-S23A10 LCD display, but it is not responding to the usual Sony code. I tried the code for LCOS/SXRD, but that didn't work either. I have entered the service mode on many a Sony set, so I am not sure what is happening here.
Does anyone know if the code has changed? If so, and you have info that can help me out, please send me a PM.
So... I have the code for my Samsung HP-R5052 and can get in to the service menu. But my problem is I don't know what the hell any of the settings mean. I know it is not a good idea to mess around. My only concerns are either disabling or reducing the effects of DNEi and correcting overscan. My overall goal is to improve SD quality.
Hello all. I am a noob and this is my first post. Be gentle with me *grin*
Anyway I have an Optoma H30 and my Regular TV and HDTV images are ever so slightly blurred. Its very slight but it bugs me and I would like to fine tune the focus. Obviously the manual focus and sharpness adjustments in the menu didnt resolve the problem or I wouldnt be posting here
Does anyone have the service menu code for the Optoma H30. I have spent a bit of time searching for threads on it and googling for it without success. I would appreciate it if someone could get me that info.
Oh and I have the projector ceiling mounted approximately 8.5 feet from my screen creating a 65 inch diagonal image.
Could any info be pm'd to me on the Sharp 26D7U SM. My Harmony remote has the code to enter the SM but I have a green error I'd like to explore (explained in this thread). This would not be my first venture into SM's. First venture was back in 2000.
Do you -- or anybody else -- know how to access the service menu on the new Dell W4201C Plasma? (It recently replaced the W4200HD model, and has probably the same access sequence as the new 50" W5001C model.)
Update: Damn, I seem to be getting back into my old habit of answering my own questions...
After some more searching here on the AVS forums I found the answer in another thread ("My new Dell W5001C" -- sorry... can't link to it, yet... I'm too new here):
On the remote, hit the Input button, then 6, 1, 9. Input Select -> Show Inputs needs to be set to All for this to work. If it is set to Active, it doesn't work.
I just verified the sequence on my W4201C. The other thread stated that the same sequence works for the older Dell W4200HD, and the W5001C, too.
Looks like no one can stop you from adding a Dell section to your excellent list now, BruZZi!
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