Clock on screen

sarahmic

Novice Member
Can I keep the clock showing on the screen please?
Is there a setting I should tweak?
65pus7303/12 is my model.
Thank you.
 

andyp3001

Active Member
Try this. It is off the Philips website:

Troubleshooting
How to switch off the on-screen clock in Philips TV?
Press the clock button on the remote control (green button) to remove the on-screen clock

It could be another button, but I'm pretty sure there will something on the remote to sort this.
 

sarahmic

Novice Member
Try this. It is off the Philips website:

Troubleshooting
How to switch off the on-screen clock in Philips TV?
Press the clock button on the remote control (green button) to remove the on-screen clock

It could be another button, but I'm pretty sure there will something on the remote to sort this.
The problem is I'm trying to get the clock on the screen NOT remove it.
I must have asked badly.
How do I get a clock showing on the screen please??
 

andyp3001

Active Member
Try this one. The procedure may be slightly different depending on the model:

How can I permanently display the clock?

  1. Press the 'OPTIONS' button on the remote control of the TV.
  2. Select CLOCK.
  3. Press the 'OK' button.
  4. The clock display will be switched off when you switched on the subtitle or when you change the volume level or channel.
 

sarahmic

Novice Member
Try this one. The procedure may be slightly different depending on the model:

How can I permanently display the clock?

  1. Press the 'OPTIONS' button on the remote control of the TV.
  2. Select CLOCK.
  3. Press the 'OK' button.
  4. The clock display will be switched off when you switched on the subtitle or when you change the volume level or channel.
I tried this but when I click on Options I cannot select the clock to press ok.
My model is 65pus7303/12
Thanks for your suggestions Andy.
 

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