Sharp LC-32GA9

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  1. jouri

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    Hi Man

    Pls...Somebody knows how to get access to SERVICE MENU
    Sharp LC-32GA9Е
    It is necessary to correct a little (to reduce) a saturation of one color RGB ...

    thanks JOURI
     
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    The service menu RGB controls are used to calibrate the greyscale of the screen, not the colour decoding, and shouldn't be touched unless you have calibration hardware hooked up to the display. (which is why they are in the service menu) If white things look white to you, you do not want to be touching this.

    I don't think Sharp allows for you to adjust colour decoding anymore. (the only LCDs I know of that offer it now are Toshibas)
     
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    Thanks ..BUT ..

    Likely I have not absolutely truly told is relative as to R.G.B.

    On by analogy with ЭЛТ (At me was 32pw9509 phil) there I have a little reduced blue-color
    - And the general picture - became more more pleasant on viewing

    Similarly - it would be desirable to correct in this models - but I do not know a code (what set
    On the board //pult // --
    it is necessary for an input(entrance) in the service menu .

    In any case - adjustment(option) always will possible to return in old position

    JOURI
     
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    Switch the TV off and using the buttons on top of the display, press & hold Volume + and Programme - and switch on the TV, release the volume and programme buttons once you see the menu appear. Using the remotes direction buttons to move and select items. Swicth the TV off to come out of the menu.

    Unless you know what you're doing be very careful. Personally I'd get hold of a proper calibration disc such as DVE or Avia to set up your TV normally without having to go into the service menu.
     
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    Thanks..
    I have THE NOKIA-TV TEST disk (DVD)
    Small specification:
    We keep pressed two BUTTONS on the board (PULT) ----"Volume & Programme "
    ... after we switch on POWER TV... and on the screen will appear - the service menu-
    - I correctly have understood you ?

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    add to // neilmcl //
    Sorry ..

    Pls ..TV in a mode "STAND BY"
    and on the TOP of LCD
    we press and hold " VOLUME + PROGRAMME "
    and ..after some sec the TV switch on ...and on screen
    will be SERVICE MENU

    PLS -- is it CORRECT ?

    JOURI
     
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    No, switch the TV off COMPLETELY, NOT Standby. Press and hold the Volume (+) and Programme (-) together and switch on the TV button. Release the volume and programme button when the service menu appears.
     
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    On my LC-32GA8E I have to:-

    Switch TV off on the Power Button
    Press and hold "Volume -" and "Ext"
    Switch on - a little Blue "K" appears in the top left hand side
    Then press "Volume -" and "Program -" to get the yellow service menu.

    Switch off and on again with "Volume -" and "EXT" pressed to exit

    Hope this helps
     
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    Hi MEN

    A lot of thanks to all for reply

    jouri
     

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