Toggling the setting solves it for me for the whole session. No issues with built in Netflix or Amazon Prime.
I'm the same. Just got into the habit now of switch on and cycle the picture setting.Yea, I toggle every time with Sky Q. Only once every session. It's annoying but I've learned to live with it.
Sounds like a plan. Didn't know that unplugging also fixed the issue but will try this myself as I also have a spare WiFi plug.I have a smart WiFi plug that I'm currently not using. I was just wondering if I plugged my TV into it I could schedule for it to turn off at the mains at some point every night so that when I need it the next day the TV has essentially cycled through the picture modes.
I believe unplugging the TV also fixes the motion issues, right? Just occurred to me that this could be an easy solution to the problem but not sure how I feel about unplugging my TV everynight.
Thank you for contacting us with regards to your query. We would like to provide you with the following information.
After the careful investigation on the issue our technical team suggest that the panel limitation of your TV is 50Hz frequency, whereas higher model TV has higher capacity of the panel.
Hence, they have conclude that this TV is within specification on basis of your TV panel capacity.
Therefore, We would like to inform you that your TV doesn't require any kind of Repair intervention.
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That was the gist of my reply back to them, but I'm not holding my breath.So they're completely ignoring the fact that cycling through the picture modes gets the TV working perfectly. Excellent.
Cycling the picture modes must change the panel completely. Who knew eh?
I've got pretty much everything in P34 turned off - https://www.download.p4c.philips.com/files/5/50pus6753_12/50pus6753_12_dfu_eng.pdfmaybe the menu have the same names