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Avera Eqx10 Service Menu Settings?

The 40" version of this set makes for a nice low lag gaming monitor, but a lot of the settings I change in the service menu default back when the input is changed. I disabled "VIP", which seems to control local dimming, and I also disabled dynamic contrast, I set the pwm frequency from 25000 (whatever that's supposed to do), to a more reasonable 240 or 480 for decent motion performance, but it doesn't save the vip setting nor the pwm frequency. It's a shame really because those seem to be the most important settings for incredibly low lag and good motion performance with backlight strobing/flickering. Has anyone got this set figured out/dialed in and saved? This could have been such a nice displays if it had been properly factory calibrated and more options were available in the user menu.
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I have tons of service menu access codes for so many different brands. A bunch of them have detailed info on how to navigate and save settings. Unfortunately I don't have a single one for Avera. Tried some sources for the service manual with no luck. Hopefully someone will post that info for you.

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