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Sony KV28 FX 60U engineer settings

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  1. Dougster

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    Does anyone have them or know how I reset to factory settings?

    Backend/Deflection etc

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Dougster

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    Help please :(

    My geometry looks as if my screen has been under the grill!!! :oops: :lease:
     
  3. Dougster

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    Can I bump this thread to the top?

    If no one has the settings does anyone know who I could ask.

    Cheers
     
  4. GalacticaActual

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    Hi there.
    I had a sony kv36fs76u a different tv but probable similar service menu settings.
    If you try and reset the geomatry settinng back to the factory default, you may find that it still does not look right.The only proper way to do it is by acssesing the service menu defletion settings and using a cross hatch pattern go through the various settings and make the adjustments untill the lines look straight to your eyes.
    May I ask did the tv look like this out of the box brand new, If so send it back for a replacment.
    Dave
     
  5. Dougster

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    Thanks for the reply.

    No, it was me that fekked it up and it looks awful.

    I have tried all the backend and deflection settings but after I carefully copied all orig. settings guess what!!

    The appliance of science certainly gets little bits of paper white!!!
     
  6. Dougster

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    How do I reset then?
     
  7. GalacticaActual

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    OK,
    I presume you know how to get into the service menu as like you say its your fault the screen looks like it does. From memory, so bear with me, on my sony you could acsses a number of seetings for backend and deflection ect. one of the options from the service menu should say some thing like reset devises or something very simular. If your going to try and do this, wright absolutly every thing down first!!!! resetting like I said on my other post may make things worse. from what I understand all tvs are set up diffrently from each other. the computer chip or firm ware is put in and they all start the same, then and enginner or who ever sets the tv up from there.
    I would personaly get a copy of digital video essentials and using the cross hatch patterens for geomatry go through the setings such as h-amp and v-bow Ect, and adjust untill you can get it right by your own eyes.
    If you are still unsure and the tv is still within the 1 years warranty, look though the locall yellow pages and see if you can find an authorised sony repair centre. A qualified tec should be able to do something of a resonable job in your home using a pattern generator to put a cross hatch on the screen and do all the adjustments.
    If you want to know what all the settings for deflection mean I am sure there must be a thread on this very forum that will help. TRy a search for "deflection settings sony" or something like that.
    I hope I have been of some assistance. I am affraid that once you start to mess around in the service menu of any tv unless you wrote all tha originall setings down first , it can be very difficult to get it right again. :suicide:
     
  8. fatbob

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    Try this link.

    You should find some pages from the FX60's service manual which hopefully will have some of the info you need.

    Hope this helps
     
  9. S600BYC

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    Dougster- you drive a scoob by any chance?
    , sandycam
     
  10. Dougster

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    Hey Sandycam!!

    Yes it's me m8!!!!

    Scoobynet moderator and SIDC regional organiser (Glasgow)

    Small world. :thumbsup:
     
  11. Dougster

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    And thanks to David and fatbob.

    Bob the link is a belter. ;) :D
     

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