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Loewe A series

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by masher, May 24, 2005.

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  1. masher

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    Hi all

    anyone know the service bit/byte option to turn off DNC on the A series :confused:

    It is on by default, with no option to switch off. I have never liked DNC on any of my previous Loewe's and would like to try this one with DNC off.

    Many thanks


    Mash
     
  2. ianh64

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    I don't think there is a service menu item.

    BTW, you have a PM.

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    Maybe anyone knows now? I would also like to turn off the DNR.
     
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    Ok, there is no service menu item to turn DNC off.
     
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    Hi ianh! Do you know the meaning of all the otion bytes in the service menu?
     
  6. majdj

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    Hi,

    personally, I wouldn't touch the option bytes - unless you want to turn your nice tv into a toaster. :oops: The option bytes control all the functions (software, hardware, geometry, etc, etc) and can really screw it up if you switch on/off the wrong one.
    Easy to do!
     

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