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Deanna
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 4:09 am    Post subject: sharp tv, Service Menu Reply with quote

I have a Sharp tv model number: 25gm60 and I need to access the menu but I don't have the remote. I have tried pressing both ch buttons and both vol
buttons, no avail.

Any suggestions?
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 4:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Try These first..Eric

Then Here is some more:

JVC

METHOD 1
Press DISPLAY and VIDEO STATUS on the remote control simultaneously to
enter the SERVICE MENU
Press MENU UP/DOWN to select an item (including other menus)
Press MENU LEFT/RIGHT to adjust
Press EXIT to return to a previous menu. Press again to EXIT

METHOD 2
Press SLEEP TIMER and set the SLEEP TIMER for "0" MIN.
Press DISPLAY and VIDEO STATUS at the same time (while
The SLEEP TIMER information is still on screen) to enter the SERVICE MENU
Press MENU UP/DOWN to select an item (including other menus)
Press MENU LEFT/RIGHT to adjust
Press EXIT to return to a previous menu. Press again to EXIT

METHOD 3
I have used this on JVC sets from 1995:
Set the clock to 3:21 AM.
Start the clock as you normally would but press MUTE while "Thank you"
is flashing.
Press MENU up or down just after MUTE.
Use UP/ DOWN to select options and LEFT/ RIGHT to adjust. The settings
are automatically saved when you exit.

MAGNAVOX

METHOD 1
With the set ON, push: 0 6 2 5 9 6 then MENU.
The channels will change but when menu is pressed, the TV will enter the
service menu.
Press MENU to change adjustments
To save your changes, press POWER on the TV set. "Preset Memory" will
appear, then the set will power down.
Note: Before entering service menu mode, make sure you power the TV on,
off, and back on using the POWER button on the TV only.
This should enable you to use the power-off button on the TV, after you
made your changes, allowing you to saving them.

METHOD 2
With the set OFF, push 0-6-2-5-9-6 STATUS. Set will come on in SERVICE
MODE. Shut power off at the set to save settings. Some sets require that
you unplug the set to save the settings.

METHOD 3
Press MENU on the remote, while the menu is still up press the numbers 0
6 1 5 9 6 or 0 6 1 5 9 7.
One of these will bring up the service menu.
Press LEFT/ RIGHT arrows to select an item
Press UP/ DOWN arrows to adjust

METHOD 4
Enter 1 6 2 5 9 6 then MENU to enter the adjustment mode on some sets.
Enter 0 6 2 5 9 7 then MENU to enter the convergence mode on some
projection TV�s

CONVERGENCE for PRO-JO�S
With the set OFF, push 0-6-2-5-9-7-STATUS

MITSUBISHI

For Factory Menu, press MENU 1 3 7 0
Service Adjustment Mode, press MENU 2 3 5 7
Convergence Mode, press MENU 2 3 5 9
Use the VIDEO or VIDEO buttons to enter two different groups of adjustments
Use the VIDEO / VIDEO buttons to toggle thru the adjustments
Use the + and - keys to adjust
When finished with adjustments, press ENTER to save
Press MENU twice to exit service mode
NOTE: If the above MENU number combinations won't work to enter service
mode, try one of the following:

MENU 1 2 5 7
MENU 1 2 5 9
MENU 2 3 5 6
MENU 2 3 5 8
MENU 8 2 5 7

PANASONIC

METHOD 1 For chassis AMEDP, APEDP, AREDP ...
Press ACTION (TV turned on)
Select SET-UP icon, set antenna to CABLE
Select TIMER icon, set sleep timer to 30
Press ACTION twice to exit menus and tune to channel 124
Adjust volume to 0
Press VOL - on TV control panel and red 'CHK' will appear in the upper
left corner
To toggle between Serviceman and Aging Modes press ACTION and VOL +
simultaneously on the control panel
The set is now in Serviceman Mode, press POWER on remote to select one
of the five Serviceman Adjustment Modes:
B = VCJ Sub Adjustments
C = VCJ Cut-off Adjustments
S = Options (PIP and Clock Adjsutments)
M = MTS Adjsutments
'CHK' = Normal operation of CHANNEL and VOLUME controls
Press CHAN UP / DOWN on remote to select an item
Press VOL LEFT / RIGHT to adjust


METHOD 2
Short test point FA1 to cold ground FA2 (A-board: TP pin 8 to pin 3)
Receiver is in Aging Mode with yellow 'CHK' in the upper-left corner
Press ACTION and VOL+ simultaneously on the control panel and 'CHK'
should be in red
The set is now in Serviceman Mode, press POWER on remote to select one
of the five Serviceman Adjustment Modes:
B = VCJ Sub Adjustments
C = CRT Adjustments
D = Pincushion Adjustments
S = Options Adjustments (PIP and clock)
Press CHAN UP / DOWN on remote to select an item

Press VOL LEFT / RIGHT to adjust

METHOD 3 TX-W28R3 (and similar models)
Set BASS to maximum position, set TREBLE to minimum position
Press REVEAL on the remote control and at the same time press VOLUME on
the TV.
This will place the TV into the Service mode
Press the RED / GREEN buttons to select an item
Press the YELLOW / BLUE buttons to adjust
Press STORE on the preset panel after each adjustment has been made to
store the required values
To exit the Service Mode, press NORMALIZATION

RCA/GE CTC175 thru CTC187

Turn TV on - Press and hold MENU - Press POWER - Press VOL+
P00 and V00 will be displayed (left and right sides of screen)
Release MENU - Press VOL+ to set V00 to no. V76
Press CH+ to select an adjustment that you want to change ( �P00� )
Press VOL+ and VOL- to adjust ( �V00� )
P01 Horiz Freq P07 Red Bias
P02 Horiz Phase P08 Grn Bias
P03 EWDC P09 Blu Bias
P04 EW amp P10 Red Drive
P05 Vert Cent P11 Grn Drive
P06 Vert Size P12 Blue Drive

SAMSUNG

Turn TV off
Press: MUTE 1 8 2 POWER
TV will power up in service mode and GAMMA GAIN1 will be displayed on
the screen
Use VOL+ and VOL - to select an item
Use MUTE and the MENU to adjust
Use ADD to save the settings

CHASSIS: SCT51A
Turn TV off
Press SLEEP P.STD MUTE

CHASSIS: SCT11A, SCT11B, SCV11A, SCV11B
Press P.STD MENU SLEEP POWER ON
Perform adjustments with VOL + and VOL -
Select between adjustments with CH + and CH -

SANYO
Hold MENU while plugging set in to AC power
Use the VOLUME and CHANNEL keys to adjust as needed
8 � 9 - 10 are R G B

SHARP

METHOD 1
Hold VOLUME UP and CHANNEL UP buttons in while plugging set into power.
TV comes up in service mode.
Press CHAN + or CHAN - to select an adjustment that you want to change
Press VOL+ or VOL- to adjust

METHOD 2
Turn TV on. Press RESET (in the video adjust menu) to ensure customer
controls are in their proper reset position.
Momentarily short TP2001 to TP2002.
Press CHAN + or CHAN - to select an adjustment that you want to change
Press VOL+ or VOL- to adjust

METHOD 3
Momentarily short R2010 near IC 2001, north side to ground
Exit service mode, turn off power & unplug
Hilton
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 4:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Deanna, the experience I've had on some sharps is I
had to use the original remote to get into the menue.
I had to switch from air signal to cable signal and
the universal remote wouldn't let me do it. Maybe
someone can help you with some info. that I'm not
aware of... Hilton
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Joined: 25 May 2008
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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2008 1:17 pm    Post subject: Worked for me Reply with quote

Hi. Eric's suggestion on how to enter service mode for me worked great. I was desperate, and about to pay $25 to $50 for a remote for a used TV that I bought for $50. Just a bit of warning: The service mode for the Sharp TV gives you access to the settings of the TV (brightness, tint, etc) but it does not describe what setting is being adjusted. Rather, it just gives a number ID. I highly recommend that you make a note of the original value of a setting before you use change it.

Thank you Eric!
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