Panasonic Plasma - Viewing Time

Gliese 581c

Distinguished Member
Could someone tell me the code so that I can tell how many hours viewing time has been watched on my plasma please ?

I used to know it but ive forgot what it is now.

I have the 4 series panasonic
 

vonhosen

Novice Member
Originally printed by jmack
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"Hold the volume button on the panel in while pressing the button under the power button (the status button) 3 times very fast.
** status button is the one on the remote under power on/off **



Highlight the sd mode, then select. It tells you how many times you have powerd on and off the panel and even better an hour meter. I think the hours are on the right PT and the on/off meter WT is on the left .
I dont know what the rest of the stuff is.

PLEASE BE CARFULL IN THERE
 

Supra

Active Member
My hours on my panny have passed the 2k mark, no screen burn that includes watching music channells and kids channells with logos :cool:
 

adeyb

Novice Member
thats 74 days solid viewing! ive only had it 6 months!!!

TV BOFFIN!!!!!!!


Adeyb :cool: ( i should need glasses! )
 

vonhosen

Novice Member
Originally posted by Supra
My hours on my panny have passed the 2k mark, no screen burn that includes watching music channells and kids channells with logos :cool:

Mines nearly 4,000 hours now :eek:

No screenburn or dead pixels.............looking good :smashin: :clap:
 

markbigears

Active Member
does this work for the pa42 version?
 

Gliese 581c

Distinguished Member
1770 hrs for me and ive had mine for well over a year now.

Not 1 dead pixel or screenburn either..

Mind you, I really look after mine though, if i go up to make a cup of tea or whatever, I always turn my plasma off. If I know I'm going to stop watching the plasma it gets turned off without fail..

If I keep going at this rate i'll have this thing for 15+ years lol
 

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