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Service menu on Toshiba TV's

Discussion in 'TVs' started by k3lls, Oct 16, 2000.

  1. k3lls

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    Does any1 know how to access the service menu on a Toshiba 32wd98b.
    Thanks
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    How about Phillips ?
     
  3. HeadBanger

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    Does anyone know how to access the Toshiba 32MW7DB ?
     
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    Yep. Press mute on the remote, then press and hold mute and press the menu button under the flap on the front panel of the set while holding the mute button(this works on the MW7DB and several other models, but I'm not sure about the MW98DB).

    If you repeat the same method but hold the Call button on the remote and press the channel up/down buttons on the set, this will take you to another menu.

    Hope this helps.

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    Mick,

    Many thanks for the info - will try tonight when I get in.

    I want to get rid of a red 'tizz' which appears on the left hand side (when there are bright against dark vertical items on the far left of the picture) and also the geometry.

    The picture bows inwards slightly on all 4 corners which is annoying in 4:3 and very annoying in 16:9 (especially when the picture contains lots of verticals). The picture also dips down slightly on the top left (especially visable when watching widescreen with black bars at the top & bottom).

    You have obviously had a tinker. I have no idea what to adjust. Before I start, did you correct any of the above (if so how?), are there any adjustables I should avoid and finally, how do you save the settings and exit? Your advice would be greatly appreciated!

    Again - many thanks for your help and I look forward to hearing from you.
     
  6. lynx

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    How did you get on?
     
  7. luv_the_80's

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    let me be the first and not the last to tell you this mate, do some reserch on the net first dont just start changing values because changing a certain value can shut down the tv and you have then got urself into bigger trouble, belive me ive done it plenty of times mate and it aint funny :D

    post a picture of ur problem, could be some mis-convergence !
     
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    Phillip who?
     

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