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Topic # 199155 6-Aug-2016 18:08
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Hi

My mum has a Panasonic 32 inch Viera tv with a strange feature.

It will put on screen a message about 'auto refresh' and defaults the TV picture settings back to Dynamic (when we had set it to normal). Change it back to Normal and it will repeat after a while and change back to Dynamic.

Did a search for 'refresh' in the manual but no hits.

Has anyone come across this?

Thanks,
Grant




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  Reply # 1605626 6-Aug-2016 19:34
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I think there is a 'shop' mode that causes this. I think that the Panasonic TVs have a choice of mode when they're first powered up of shop or home mode.

 

Perhaps a full reset is required to get this option to appear. If you do this and choose home mode you should be fine.





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  Reply # 1605640 6-Aug-2016 20:14
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Thanks. I reset to shipping condition and now all good. Mother is happy and is cooking apple pie. :-)




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