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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 112927 27-Dec-2012 18:54
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I have been looking for the factory menu on my 32" Dick Smith LCD TV, after playing around with different key combinations i found that pressing source then 2580 brings it up :D The factory menu gives you control over the white balance, backlight, picture curve, sound curve and overscan and has a debug menu and lets you see more info about your TV, could be useful to some people.

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  Reply # 737831 27-Dec-2012 21:14
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I can assume the code will come in handy to some people...but mate... how did you go about finding that code out??? LOL

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  Reply # 737836 27-Dec-2012 21:42
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On the remote they  should be directly inline, so it's actually pretty 'straight forward' it seems


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  Reply # 737878 27-Dec-2012 22:52
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Will have to try that on my veon later to see if there is anything in there to fix its broken edid information.


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  Reply # 737888 27-Dec-2012 23:26
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@Shindig, Well hotel mode was source + 147 (in the manual), so its just the next column of numbers.

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