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Philips 21PT5457/58 заблокировался. Как разблокировать?

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Сообщение #1 от 15/05/2006 12:24 цитата  

При включении кратковременно загорается надпись "заблокирован", после чего работает только радиоприёмник и тот управляется не с тех клавиш пульта. Хозяин говорит , что вводил замок от детей, но выбрал опцию "заблокировать всё". Меню выводится только на радио. Помогите разблокировать, пожалуйста. рёв в три ручья
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Сообщение #2 от 15/05/2006 14:53 цитата  

а что инструкция по эксплуатации говорит на этот счет? листал ее?
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Сообщение #3 от 15/05/2006 15:01 цитата  

Инструкция говорит,что надо выйти в меню и выбрать опцию "снять блокировку", но в том-то и проблема, что телевизионное меню не выводится.
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Сообщение #4 от 15/05/2006 17:57 цитата  

а если на угад по пунктам как в инструкии?
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Сообщение #5 от 15/05/2006 18:21 цитата  

Какое шасси?
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Сообщение #6 от 15/05/2006 21:28 цитата  

Если будете управлять ТВ с пульта , то должно появится и меню и все остальное.Кнопки на морде блокируются при переводе ТВ в режим защиты от детей.
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Сообщение #7 от 16/05/2006 09:05 цитата  

Вообще, глюки какие-то происходят. При нажатии МЕНЮ выводится меню радиоприёмника, которое листается только клавишей "вверх", при нажатии клав. "вниз", меню уходит. Кнопка "ОК" выключает звук, а "7" переводит ТВ в режим "St. bye", короче большинство клавиш пульта не работают, а осальные работают не по назначению.
Может что с памятью у него?
Шасси не знаю какое, пока не нашёл.
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Сообщение #8 от 16/05/2006 09:26 цитата  

http://monitor.espec.ws/section1/topic38662.html
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Сообщение #9 от 16/05/2006 10:49 цитата  

Спасибо. Шасси теперь знаю L01.2E, но как решить проблему? Может есть способ инициализации памяти (если в ней дело). Специалисты по Филипсам, отзовитесь?
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Сообщение #10 от 16/05/2006 14:54 цитата  

МОЖЕТ это поможет смех

TV: Miscellaneous

Revision history
2003-11-19 Added some information on 3D chassis
2003-04-05 Added 32PW6006 settings
2003-03-21 Added default options 28PW6006
2003-01-31 Changed/added a lot of info on several chassis'
2002-11-19 Added link
2002-11-02 Added remarks for A10E chassis (PW6516)
2002-04-30 Moved old type list to seperate page
Moved software version overview to Matchline page
Moved MG2 stuff to Matchline page
2002-04-28 Added link
2002-04-27 Added abbreviations information L9.1 chassis
Updated SDM menu L9.1 chassis
2002-04-20 Added service (default) mode for L9.1 chassis
2002-03-31 Added reference list (older) models and chassis types
2002-03-22 Added more ANUBIS info
Added more TV/VCR combi info
Added CTT-H info
Added GR-1AX info
Added GR2.x info
Added more GR2.2 info
Added L7 info
Added more L7.2 info
2002-03-20 Updated information on hotel mode for the L9.2 chassis
Added settings information on the PW6006 model
2002-03-14 Added additional material
2002-03-10 Added GR2.2 info/reference
Added FL1 info/reference
Re-arranged it alphabetically
2002-03-09 Added additional material
2002-03-03 Added typical MG2 geometry settings
Added some moved material
2002-03-02 Added A10E info
Added L9H info
Added ANUBIS A/B info
Added AA5 info
Added L6.X info
Added L7.2 info
Added L9.X info
Added COMBI TV/VCR info
2002-03-01 Corrected service mode sequence
2002-02-27 First appearance of this new section





On this page you will find information not directly related to the other TV pages. This information typically includes information on some other TV models as contributed by other people or by other means.
If you have a contribution yourself then you are encouraged to send it in, so others can benefit from your information and/or experience.
Confirmation of the (in)correctness of the information presented here would be appreciated, since some information is rather inconclusive in that respect.


Notes:
if in service mode and no 'store' item is available, using the standby function on the TV itself will store the settings usually.
Not all of this information has been confirmed (except maybe the contribution items). Please take care when using this information. If you can report a success or failure (or have any other information in that respect), please let me know.
It is not always clear if the methods presented here are used to enter service mode or another mode.
More methods can exist for particular models/types, usually depending on the software.
Take care when using the 'short circuit' method. The connections presented could be incorrect!
Almost all chassis types support the method of shorting service pins.
Almost all chassis types support the special remote control codes, see Service mode remote control codes
You might have a look at these sites:
http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/erichard with a lot of information on viewer TV/VCR adjustments.
http://www.tehnicaavtv.com/tvservice.htm has service mode information on several TV's.



20PT424A
21PT263A Service mode
Short circuit pin 1 of the EEPROM (24C08) to ground.




20PV220 Hotel mode on/off
Contribution by Janne Halla-aho
TV preset 38
Push STOP -button on both, remote and TV, for 5 seconds
You´ll see text H- / H+ on screen
Close TV from remote, and on again




20PV220 Service menu
Contribution by Janne Halla-aho
TV preset 38
Push STOP -button on the remote and the PLAY -button on the TV simultaneously, for 5 seconds
You´ll get the service menu on screen
Clear EEPROM is the only cure for the problem that all items in installation menu are in ” non active ” mode with red text
Close TV from remote, and on again
Tune channels again





2B
Error codes
Code Description
E0 Check CITAC (SAB3035 PCB) and memory
E1 Microprocessor and infrared receiver
E2 Teletext decoder
E3 Power supply
E4 Microprocessor and memory PCB
E5 Stereo sound
88 Remote control and TV keyboard functional indicate error in UI840, I830, IC7103
88 Bar and blinking LED's indicate error in U1820 and IC7830
88 No volume, contrast, intensity commands indicate error in D6922 and IC7900
88 Bar and contrast, volume, intensity commands indicate error in U1830 and IC7830 (5V supply)







3A
Error codes
The way the different LED's are showing indicates the kind of error (Blinking, on or off). There are about 30 possible combinations.




3A Service mode
The following applies for using a RC5991 remote control
Press PRINT on the remote control
Press MONO on the TV keyboard, then press PRINT on the remote control
4 digits will appear on screen ' - - - - '
Select the appropriate program
Program Description
00 Horizontal synchronization
01 Horizontal position
02 Vertical amplitude
03 Vertical linearity
04 Vertical linearity top/bottom
05 Vertical position
06 Vertical compensation
07 Horizontal amplitude
08 East-West bow correction
09 East-West correction
10 Trapezium correction
11 Horizontal compensation


Adjust the setting with VOLUME+/-
Store the setting with PP (Personal Preferences, green key)
Exit the mode by placing the TV into standby




3D, eg. 27CL1791
Contribution by John Crutz
Short the service pins inside the TV to get into service mode.
When removing the short circuit of the service pins, make sure you remove it completely. Don't just cut the link, since it might still be identified as a short, due to the sensitive nature of the input.
To get out of service mode use the TV button on the remote or the TV button on the TV itself.




A8.0
No information




A10E
(at least with software A10et1-1.6, A10ep1-1.6, A10EP1-2.0 )
This model also supports the 062596 sequence followed by [i+]/[OSD].
Service default mode is entered using the 062596 sequence, followed by the - button on the TV set itself.
Also see TV: Matchline service mode (settings PW6516) which has the A10EP1-2.0 software version.


The remote control sequence (GFL), see Service mode remote control codes section, should also work.
Alternatively you can short-circuit pins 9261 and 9262 inside the set and then powering it up.




AA5 Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the MENU key and the SLEEPTIMER (or OSD) key on the remote for about 4 seconds (toggles hotel mode on/off)
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it.
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
- A green 'H+' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is activated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again
- A green 'H-' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is deactivated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




AA5 Service mode
Short circuit terminals S1 and S2 (near the microprocessor)
A 'S' appears onscreen
Simultaneously press the - and + key on the keyboard of the TV
The menu will appear


0023S 1.0


0 0 0 3 2


- Systeme BS+L+I +


YYNNNYYYYNN


The top line shows the version number ('S' stands for service mode).
The 0 0 0 3 2 shows the last detected errors.
The next lines shows the options.
From left to right:
Y Norm
Y PLL
N TXT
N 16/9 switch
N S-video
Y Scart
Y Definition
Y Keyboard on TV
Y 40 programs
N Sleep timer
N Not used


Use the PROGRAM+/- on the remote to select the option you want to modify and then use the MENU+/- to change the option.




ANUBIS (generic) Hotel mode
Select program 38
Now you have to press a key on the TV itself and a key on the remote simultaneously for 4 seconds. Depending on the TV model these keys are:
TV Remote
14" Selection (Volume /
Program) Print (Exit programming)
Others Menu OSD


A 'H' will appear on screen
To store to setting go into standby




ANUBIS Service mode
Short circuit terminals M61 and M62
Afterwards press Program+ and Volume-




ANUBIS Service mode (check)
Short circuit terminals M28 and M29




ANUBIS Service mode
Short circuit terminals M31 and M32 (IC7710)




ANUBIS A Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the INSTALL and PROGRAMM+ key on the TV (hotel mode on)
Simultaneously press the INSTALL and CONTROL- key on the TV (hotel mode off)




ANUBIS A Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press for about 4 seconds the INSTALL key on the TV and the SLEEPTIMER on the remote (hotel mode on)
Simultaneously press for about 4 seconds the STORE key on the TV and the SLEEPTIMER on the remote (hotel mode off)




ANUBIS A (3 buttons) Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the FINE key and the STOP PROG (or OSD for certain models) key on the keyboard of the TV for about 4 seconds
A 'H' appears onscreen




ANUBIS A (3 buttons) Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-3144/3145
Hotel mode is NOT available for uP versions TMP47C434N-3144 and TMP47C434N-3145 -> replaced by TMP47C424N-3146




ANUBIS A (3 buttons) Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-3146
Select program 38
To activate hotel mode:
Simultaneously press the INSTALL and SLEEPTIMER key on the remote for 4 seconds
To de-activate hotel mode:
Simultaneously press the INSTALL and CONTROL key on the TV for 4 seconds
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it.
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
- A green 'H' appears in the left bottom of the screen, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




ANUBIS A-AC (3 buttons, Teletext) Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the MENU key and the SLEEPTIMER (or OSD) key on the remote for about 4 seconds (toggles hotel mode on/off)
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it.
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
- A green 'H+' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is activated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again
- A green 'H-' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is deactivated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




ANUBIS A (8 buttons) Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-3123
Hotel mode is NOT available for uP version TMP47C434N-3123




ANUBIS A (8 buttons) Hotel mode, µP TMP47C434N-3121/3122
Select program 38
To activate hotel mode:
Simultaneously press the INSTALL key and PROGRAM+ on the TV for 4 seconds
To de-activate hotel mode:
Simultaneously press the INSTALL key and CONTROL- on the TV for 4 seconds
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it.
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed continuously




ANUBIS A (8 buttons) Hotel mode, µP TMP47C434N-R217
Select program 38
To activate hotel mode:
Simultaneously press the INSTALL and SLEEPTIMER on the remote for 4 seconds
To de-activate hotel mode:
Simultaneously press the STORE key on the TV and SLEEPTIMER on the remote for 4 seconds
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it.
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
- A green 'H' appears in the left bottom of the screen, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




ANUBIS A (8 buttons) Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the 5th and 7th key from the left on the keyboard of the TV
The currently set volume is then the maximum allowed volume and the installation menu cannot be called any more




ANUBIS A (Teletext) Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press for about 4 seconds the MENU key on the TV and the SLEEPTIMER (or OSD) on the remote




ANUBIS B Service mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the P key and the VOLUME+ key (keyboard?/remote?)
To enable hotel mode you should set 'HO' to 'one'




ANUBIS B Service mode
With the TV powered off (disconnected from the mains!) short circuit pins M61 and M62 (next to IC7600). Power up the TV and remove the short circuit. A 'S' will be displayed indicating it is in service mode
Simultaneously press the P- and VOL+ keys on the TV. The screen now shows 'service menu'.
To allow hotel mode from being set on and off you have to select Option 2 with the remote and set 'Hotel' to 'on'.
Exit the service mode by putting the TV into standby




ANUBIS B Hotel mode enabling, uP P83C054-CV6006/CV6014/CV6107
Enter service default mode (see above)
Simultaneously press the P- and VOL+ keys on the TV
To allow hotel mode from being set on and off you have to select Option 2 with the remote and set 'Hotel' to 'on' (on can be set with CONTR+-)
Exit the service mode by putting the TV into standby




ANUBIS B Hotel mode, uP P83C054-CV6006
Make sure hotel mode is enabled using the service mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the INSTALL and PROGRAMM+ key on the TV (toggles hotel mode), the displayed '38' will change from green into red (hotel mode on) or from red to green (hotel mode off)
Put the TV into standby
Power up the TV with PROGRAMM+/-
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- When INSTALL is pressed the channel number changes from green to red and the installation menu is no longer displayed




ANUBIS B Hotel mode, uP P83C054-CV6014/CV6107
Make sure hotel mode is enabled using the service mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the INSTALL key on the TV and SLEEPTIMER on the remote for about 4 seconds (toggles hotel mode)
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- When INSTALL is pressed thechannel number changes from green to red and the installation menu is no longer displayed
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
- A red 'H+' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is activated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again
- A red 'H-' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is deactivated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




ANUBIS B Hotel mode
Make sure 'HO' is set to 'one' using the service mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press INSTALL and the P+ key on the keyboard of the TV (toggles hotel mode)
In hotel mode programs can not be rescanned and the volume can not be increased




ANUBIS B Hotel TV
Always has hotel mode activated




COMBI TV/VCR Hotel mode
Note: also see the 20PV220 Combi TV
Select program 38 on the product
Simultaneously press the STOP -button on the remote control and the keyboard of the product
Wait until 'H+' or 'H-' appears (approx. 5 seconds)




COMBI TV/VCR Hotel mode, µP versions M27C1001-20B1/15F1
Select program 38 on the product
Simultaneously press the SELECT key on the TV and SLEEPTIMER on the remote for about 4 seconds (toggles hotel mode), a red 'H+' (hotel mode on) or a red 'H-' (hotel mode off) is being displayed
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered




CTT-H Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-3146
Select program 38
Simultaneously press the SELECT key on the TV and the SLEEPTIMER key on the remote for about 4 seconds (toggles hotel mode)
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it.
Te volume at switching on of the TV can be louder than that defined here, which can be resolved in the following way:
. de-activate hotel mode
. set PP volume at normal volume but no louder than maximum hotel mode volume
. re-activate hotel mode
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
- A green 'H' appears in the left bottom of the screen, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




D16 Service mode
Short circuit M30 and M31
Use the following keys: '-/--', VOLUME+/-
The following items are available:
OPTION 1
OPTION 2
Drive VG2
Vertical adjustment
Vertical amplitude
S correction
Y delay
Horizontal adjustment
Horizontal amplitude
Parabole 1
Parabole 2
Trapezium
Power drive oscillator
RGB cut-off
R drive
G drive
B drive
S-video Y delay


The OPTION 1 and OPTION 2 numbers are defined as follows:
OPTION 1 code bit Description
(0 = Multi Europe)
Non ECO model ECO model
0 UHF
1 Multi France
2 PIP
3 MAC Reservd
4 SAT Reserved
5 Only system BG Only system BG
6 System DK System DK
7 EXT3 No S-video




OPTION 2 code bit Description
(0 = NICAM Teletext)
Non ECO model ECO model
0 Siemens PIP No teletext
1 TPU2732 TPU2732
2 No NICAM No NICAM
3 No NICAM No NICAM
4 Large tube Large tube
5 No TOP teletext No TOP teletext
6 Extended teletext Extended teletext
7


Store the settings with the PP key (Personal Preferences, green key)
Use the TV key to exit service mode
Errors are reported by means of the LED's on the TV. There are a total of 19 distinctive errors.
Error LED Description
SB ON TXT RGB
1 X IC7130
2 X IC7655
3 X X IC7103 (Memory/EEPROM)
4 X not used
5 X X IC7106 (Program)
6 X X IC7150 (Microprocessor)
7 X X X IC7190
8 X +5V digital board
9 X X IM - bus
10 X X I2C bus
11 X X X UV816 (Tuner)
12 X X IC7150 (Remote control input)
13 X X X IC7235
14 X X X PIP
15 X X X X Protection
16 NICAM TV is switch into standby
17 X IC7200, IC7201
18 X IC7260
19 X X U bus







FLx
You need to use the FL1 remote control code sequence as descibed on the Service mode remote control codes.
Option bytes:


OPTION 1 code bit Description
(0 = PAL BG/SECAM BG)
0 Only UHF
1 SECAM L
2 SECAM L / L'
3 PIP module
4 NTSC
5 SECAM DK
6 NICAM
7 PIP tuner




OPTION 2 code bit Description
0 Only used for FL1.6AA
1 Mode 1/2 digits
2 100 Hz (except for 100Hz ECO FLx.x7)
3 Language
4 NICAM with double PIP tuner
5 ECO NICAM module
6 100 Hz ECO (FLx.x7) except for digital scan (FLx.x4/FLx.x6)
7 Comb filter IC7000 MC141625




OPTION 3 code bit Description
0 FSS reception by satellite box
1 2GHz tuner SAT SF916
2 MAC tuner SAT SF914
3 MAC module (D2MAC)
4 Wireless audio
5 MAC hyperband
6 16/9 tube
7 36" videocolor tube




OPTION 4 code bit Description
0 Scandinavian teletext
1 Multi - PIP
2 FL2 and FL4
3 DAF module
4 Comb filter
5 Mosaic
6
7 16/9 rotation




OPTION 5 code bit Description
0 3rd ??
1 SCAVEM available
2
3 SCAVEM not available
4
5
6
7




The following is a list of the different FLx.x models.
For some models the last option number(s) are not used and these are therefore omitted.


Model Chassis Option numbers
1 2 3 4 5
25PT800A/19 FL1. 1 7AA 020 038 000 004
25PT800B/19 FL1.17AA 020 064 000 000 000
25PT802B/19 FL1.17AA 084 064 000 000 016
25PT900A/19 FL2.16AA 020 068 000 004 001
25PT902B/19 FL2.26AA 018 068 000 004 001
25PT910A/19 FL2.16 028 068 000 006
28PT800A/19 FL1.17 020 064 000 000
28PT800B/19 FL1. 1 7AA 020 064 000 000 000
28PT802B/19 FL1.17AA 084 064 000 000 016
28PT840A/39 FL1.17AA 020 064 000 032 000
28PT842B/19 FL1.17AA 084 064 000 000 016
28PT842B/19 FL1.16AA 084 064 000 000 016
28PT900A/19 FL2.16 028 068 000 004
28PT910A/19 FL2.16 028 068 000 006
28PW960B/19 FL2.24AA 028 068 064 038 009
28PW962B/19 FL2.24AA 092 068 064 038 025
29PT820B/19 FL4.27AA 020 064 000 004 008
29PT822B/19 FL4.27AA 084 064 000 004 024
29PT900B/19 FL2.26AA 020 068 000 004 009
29PT902B/19 FL2.26AA 084 068 000 004 001
29PT910A/19 FL2.16 028 068 000 006
29PT910B/19 FL2.26AA 028 068 000 038 009
29PT912B/19 FL2.26AA 092 068 000 038 009
32PW960B/19 FL2.24AA 156 068 064 174 009
32PW962B/19 FL2.24AA 220 068 064 174 025
32PW977A/19 FL2.24AA 154 196 064 174 025
33PT700A/19 FL1.1 020 000 000 000
33PT700B/19 FL1.10AA 020 000 000 000 000
33PT702B/19 FL1.10AA 084 000 000 000 016
33PT702C/19 FL1.20AA 084 000 000 000 017
33PT910B/19 FL2.26AA 156 068 000 038 009
33PT912B/19 FL2.26AA 220 068 000 038 025
46PP960A/19 FL1 PTV 156 079 064 000 000
46PP962A/l9 FL1 PTV AB 220 111 064 000 000
70TA8310/38 FL1.1 7AA 020 064 000 000
70TA8330/38 FL1.17AA 084 064 000 000 016
70TA8331/18 FL1.16A 084 068 000 000 016
72TA7911/18 FL1.17AA 020 064 000 004 000
72TA7931/18 FL4.17AA 084 064 000 000 016
72TA7932/18 FL4.16AA 084 068 000 004 016
72TB7891/19 FL4.17AA 020 064 000 004 000
72TB7911/19 FL4.17AA 084 064 000 000 016
72TB7912/19 FL4.16AA 084 068 000 004 016
25PV7506/39 FL1.10 028 000 000 000
25SL5501/39 FL1.10 020 000 000 000
28PV7806/39 FL1.10 028 000 000 000
28SL5501/39 FL1.10 020 000 000 000
28SL5801/39 FL1.10 020 000 000 000
28CL6976/39 FL1.10 028 000 000 000
33ML8905/39 FL1.16 156 068 000 002
21PT700A/19 FL1.0 020 003
21SL5101/19 FL1.0 020 003
21SL5756/19 FL1.0 004
25PV7966/39 FL1.0 028 001
28PV7506/19 FL1.0 028 003
28PV7976/39 FL1.0 028 001
25SL5501/19B FL1.0 020 003
25SL5776/39B FL1.0 004
25SL5776/39S FL1.0 020 001
28SL5776/39B FL1.0 004
28SL5776/39S FL1.0 020 001
28SL5801/19B FL1.0 020 003
28CL6976/19Z FL1.0 028 003
33PV7996/19B FL1.0 012 000
33SL5901/19B FL1.0 020 003
256597WQ/19S FL1.0 028 003
256597WQ/39M FL1.0 028 001
256575KR/19M FL1.0 004
256575KR/39M FL1.0 004
256575KR/19S FL1.0 020 003
287597WQ/19M FL1.0 028
287597WQ/19S FL1.0 028 003
287575KR/19M FL1.0 004
287575KR/39M FL1.0 004
287575KR/19S FL1.0 020 003
339975KR/19B FL1.0 004
339975KR/39S FL1.0 020 003
85RK5987/38S FL1.0 020 003
70RK5797/18Z FL1.0 020 003
25ML8300/19B FL1.7 020 007
25ML8305/19B FL1.7 028 007
25ML8500/19B FL1.6 020 071
25ML8505/19B FL1.6 028 071
25ML8766/19B FL1.1 004 004
25ML8966/19B FL1.1 012 004
28ML8600/19B FL1.7 020 007
28ML8605/19B FL1.7 028 007
28ML8766/19B FL1.1 004 004
28ML8776/19B FL1.1 004 004
28ML8976/19B FL1.1 012 004
28ML8800/19B FL1.6 028 071
28ML8805/19B FL1.6 058 071
33ML8905/19B FL1.6 156 071
33ML8996/19B FL1.1 156 004
28ML8762/19B FL1.2 020 071 064 000
28ML8785/19B FL1.2 028 069 094 000
28ML8916/19B FL1.2 020 004
36ML8906/19B FL1.2 156 071
36ML8965/39B FL1.2 156 069 192
70RK5816/18R FL1.2 020 071 064 000
46ML0985/19B FL1 PTV 156 079 094 000
41ML0955/19B FL1 PTV 156 079 064 000
46PP960A/19 FL1 PTV 156 079 000 000
46PP962A/19 FL1 PTV 220 111 000 000


Service mode is entered by shorting pins 1 and 3 of S30 and then powering up the TV.
Some data is protected from being changed by means of S30. If S30 is shorted then access to these protected data is possible, otherwise it is not. The protected data is:
Cut-off of green and blue
Drive of white, green and blue
The options
Errors are indicated by means of the LEDs on the TV. There are about 50 possible errors.




G110
No information




G90
No information




GR1-AX Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the STORE and the PROGRAM+ key on the TV (hotel mode on)
Simultaneously press the STORE and the CONTROL+ key on the TV (hotel mode off)




GR1-AX Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the STORE key on the TV and the SLEEPTIMER on the remote for 4 about seconds




GR1-AX (3 buttons) Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-3141
There is NO hotel mode




GR1-AX (3 buttons) Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-3142
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the SELECT key on the TV and the SLEEPTIMER on the remote for 4 about seconds (toggles hotel mode)
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- A green 'H+' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is activated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again
- A green 'H-' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is deactivated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




GR1-AX (3 buttons) Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-3537
There is NO hotel mode




GR1-AX (8 buttons) Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-3414/3415, uP TMP47C634N-R494
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the STORE key and the PROGRAM+ key on the TV for 4 about seconds (hotel mode on)
Simultaneously press the STORE key and the CONTROL- key on the TV for 4 about seconds (hotel mode off)
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds




GR1-AX (8 buttons) Hotel mode, uP TMP47C434N-R221
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the STORE key on the TV and SLEEPTIMER on the remote for 4 about seconds (toggles hotel mode)
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
- A green 'H' appears in the left bottom of the screen, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




GR2.1/GR2.2 Service mode
For the GR2.2 see also another table.
Short circuit pins M33 and M34 before powering up the TV.
When powered up the TV LED will show as orange after which the short circuit can be removed.
After some seconds SER will be displayed on screen.
The TV is now in service mode. If the TV has 5 buttons then press simultaneously keys VOL- and PROG+. For a 3 button TV press simultaneously keys MENU and -.
The main menu will appear. Use the MENU button to go through the menu's)
Main menu:
A OPTION 1
B OPTION 2
C WHITE BALANCE
D CUTT-OFF


OPTION 1 menu:
A PIP
B SECOND SCART
C TELETEXT
D SIXTEEN/NINE


OPTION 2 menu:
A MULTISYSTEM
B HYPERBAND
C UHF ONLY
D NICAM/TWIN


WHITE LIMIT menu (BM = black matrix settings; BL = black line settings):
BM BL
A GREEN 51 51
B BLUE 46 46
C WHITE LIM 53 43


CUTT-OFF menu:
A RED 56
B GREEN 16
C BLUE 15
D DISABLE off


Store the settings by means of going into standby.




GR2.2
Confirmed
You need to use the GR2.X Open factory - Service remote control code sequence as described on the Service mode remote control codes.
When you use the 'Open service version 2' you get into SER FAC mode with the following screen:


SER FAC


SERVICE


A OPTION I
B OPTION II
C WHITE BALANCE
D CUTT-OFF



Activating the differencent options gives the following settings:
Settings GR2.2 (28ST2781/10S)
Selection Selection Settings Comments
A OPTION I A PIP On / Off
B SECOND SCART On / Off
C TELETEXT On / Off
D SIXTEEN/NINE On / Off
E SVHS On / Off
B OPTION II A MULTISYSTEM On / Off
B HYPERBAND On / Off
C UHF ONLY On / Off
D NICAM TWIN On / Off
C WHITE BALANCE A GREEN 55 Range 0-63
B BLUE 49 Range 0-63
C WHITE LIMIT 43 Range 0-63
D CUT-OFF A RED 30 Range 0-63
B GREEN 30 Range 0-63
C BLUE 30 Range 0-63
D DISABLE On / Off







GR2.4 Service mode
Short circuit pins M33 and M34 before powering up the TV.
When powered up the TV LED will show as orange after which the short circuit can be removed.
After some seconds SER will be displayed on screen.
The TV is now in service mode. If the TV has 5 buttons then press simultaneously keys VOL- and PROG+. For a 3 button TV press simultaneously keys MENU and -.
The main menu will appear (use the MENU button to go through the menu's)
Main menu:
A OPTIONS
B SOUND/SYNC
C W.BAL/STRETCH
D CUTT-OFF/GAMMA
E SIXT./NINE
NICAM


SOUND/SYNC menu:
A SYNC.FREQ 168
B STRE.LEV -0.4


W.BAL/STRETCH menu (BM = black matrix settings; BL = 29" black line settings):
BM BL
A G/AMP 50 49
B B/AMP 40 34
C WH/LIM 51 45
D BLUE on
E BLACK on


CUTT-OFF/GAMMA menu (BM = black matrix settings; BL = 29" black line settings):
BM BL
A R/CUT 30 30
B G/CUT 30 30
C B/CUT 30 30
D CUT/OFF off off
E GAMMA 15


SIXT./NINE menu:
A HEIGHT
B PARAB SIXT/NINE
C WIDE
D PARAB FOUR/THREE


Store the settings by means of going into standby.




L6 Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the MENU key and the SLEEPTIMER (or OSD) key on the remote for about 4 seconds (toggles hotel mode on/off)
Notes:
- The maximum volume in hotel mode will be the volume present when activating it.
- STORE or INSTALL mode can not be entered
- The program number is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
- A green 'H+' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is activated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again
- A green 'H-' appears in the left bottom of the screen when hotel mode is deactivated, which can be removed by powering down the TV and powering it up again




L6.1 (without Teletext) Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the - key on the keyboard of the TV and the OSD key of the remote control




L6.1 (with Teletext) Hotel mode
There is NO hotel mode




L6.2 Service mode
Use special remote codes, see Service mode remote control codes section,
or short circuit the two contactS S1 and S2 close to the microprocessor (pin 14 IC7600)




L6.2 (mono, 3 buttons) Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the - key on the keyboard of the TV and the OSD key of the remote control




L6.2 (mono, 4 buttons) Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the VOLUME+and FLIGHT (?) key on the keyboard of the TV and the OSD key of the remote control




L6.2 (stereo) Hotel mode
There is NO hotel mode




L6.3 Service mode
Use special remote codes, see Service mode remote control codes section,
or short circuit the two wires close to the microprocessor




L7 Service mode
Next to the processor are two pins marked 0028 and 0029 (M25/M26). Shortcircuit these before powering the TV. The TV will power up in it's service menu which has some settings for geometry and for the tuner. To store the parameters, put the TV into standby.




L7.2 Service mode
Next to the processor are two pins marked 0028 and 0029. Shortcircuit these before powering the TV. The TV will power up in it's service menu which has some settings for geometry and for the tuner. To store the parameters, put the TV into standby.




L7.2 Service mode/Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the VOLUME+ and FLIGHT (?) key on the keyboard of the TV and the OSD key of the remote control
Note: hotel mode can only be selected if the service menu has option 'HO' set to 'one'




L7.2 Service mode
Short circuit pins 24 and 25




L9.1/L9.2 Service mode
Use special remote codes, see Service mode remote control codes section.
Or for Service Alignment Mode (SAM) use '062596' and OSD/Time button
Or for Service Default Mode (SDM) use '062596' and MENU
Or depending on the software versions shorting pins 0225/0226 and 0228/0224 accesses/activates these modes as well:
Version 0225/0226 0228/0224
L90EF1-1.7 (with ST24W0x EEPROM) SAM SDM
L90EF2-1.4 (with ST24W0x EEPROM) SAM SDM
L90EM1-1.3 (with ST24W0x EEPROM) SAM SDM
L90EM2-1.1 (with ST24W0x EEPROM) SAM SDM
L90ET1-1.5 (with ST24W0x EEPROM) SAM SDM
L90ET2-1.3 (with ST24W0x EEPROM) SAM SDM
L90EF1-1.8 SDM -
L90EF2-1.5 SDM -
L90EM1-1.4 SDM -
L90EM2-1.2 SDM -
L90ET1-1.6 SDM -
L90ET2-1.4 SDM -


Press the V- and P- keys on the set simultanuously to go from stage to stage.


Example of the menu (by Martti Koskinen). Most explanations of the abbreviations donated by Eric Richards (http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/erichard):
SDM
01E4 L90ET1 1.6
Selection Option
(default in bold) Comments
AM OFF / ON
VI ON / OFF
CK ON / OFF Clock
CL ON / OFF
AT ON / OFF
CI ON / OFF
FV OFF / ON UHF type
SA ON / OFF Spatial
SS ON / OFF Smart Sound
SP ON / OFF
RC ON / OFF
TW ON / OFF
AC ON / OFF Auto Cable Select
C8 ON / OFF ON = 79, OFF = 99
TN OFF / ON
2X ON / OFF External 2
X5 or XS ON / OFF
EX ON / OFF 4:3 EXpand
CX ON / OFF
CP ON / OFF L9H.2A:
East/West corner parabola (only if option EW is ON)
L7.3A:
Contrast Plus
EW ON / OFF East/West correction
BS ON / OFF
AS ON / OFF Auto Scan
IS ON / OFF
DV ON / OFF
UB ON / OFF
LV OFF / ON
ST I / DK / M / BG TV System
SB ND / IT / MA ND = stereo
SY EF / EL / SS / SP / AD / ED In position AD only sound will work
OB 142 247 190 056 247 248 076 Option Bytes







L9.1/L9.2 Service mode /Hotel mode
Select program 38 on the TV
Simultaneously press the keys VOLUME- and VOLUME+on the keyboard of the TV and the OSD key of the remote control




L9.2 Hotel mode
Hans Munsters reports that this model has a hotel mode, which can be activated in the same way as the L9.1 chassis.




L9H Service mode
This model also supports the 062596 sequence followed by [MENU] (service default) or [i+]/[OSD] (service mode).


The remote control sequence (GFL), see Service mode remote control codes section, should also work.




MD1.x Service mode
To get into service mode short circuit 1s42 and 1s43
By pressing simultaneously on the keys MENU and - on the TV itself you get into the maintenance menu (SAM).


Service mode 24PW6321/01
ER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


E2 Y AX 12 RD 34
U0 N VP 38 GD 28
LL Y VA 00 BD 19
NI Y VL 38 HD 36
TT Y VS 35 HW 40
ET N HP 12
BR Y HG 00
HT 31





Service mode 25PT5121/39
ER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


E2 Y AX 13 RD 28
U0 N VP 27 GD 32
LL Y VA 18 BD 40
NI Y VL 31 HD 38
TT Y VS 31 HW 24
ET N HP 36
HG 31



The top line list the last detected errors.
The left row are the options, the two right rows are the geometry settings.
The options are:
E2: 2nd peri
U0: Only UHF
LL: System
NI: NICAM
TT: Teletext France
ET: Teletext Eastern Europe
BR: 16/9




MD1.2 Service mode
Contribution by Denis Cornet
The following reply was received concerning the Service mode TV set Philips 28PW6322/01 Chasssis MD1.2E AA:
"... in the meantime I've found some info over the service mode of this TV set.
There is a small Service jumper to short on the small signal PCB.
When the TV is in this first level service mode, you can go in the second level service mode by pressing both MENU and - keys on top of the TV at the same time.
There you can read much parameters and proceed with most of the adjustments.
In fact this method let you use an ordinary Remote control but you also need to open the back cover.
With the special service remote control, a special code is sent to enter the service mode. It is also possible to record this remote control code in a learning remote control."




MID1.X
Is MD1.X




MID2.X Service mode
Is MD2.x
Use special remote codes, see Service mode remote control codes section, or short circuit the service pins




TVC12/13
Error codes
Error LED No longer functional Still functional Description/Problems
E0 IC7702 (No 5V at D6706)
Battery 1701
D6706, IC7703
E1 Remote receiver (T7856)
Controller board (IC7830)
E3 No +13V (IC7703)
E4 Controller board (IC7830)
88 Remote control TV keyboard Remote receiver (T7856)
Controller board (IC7830)
88 Volume, Contrast,
Intensity No +31V (IC7830)
88 Blinking Controller board (IC7830)
88 Volume, Contrast,
Intensity +5V Controller board (IC7830)







Y6 Service mode
This model also supports the 062596 sequence followed by [MENU].





Other material
Other material
Additional service mode methods Press [MENU], then press 061596 or 061597
Demo mode Press volume up and down at the same time on the TV
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Сообщение #11 от 16/05/2006 17:18 цитата  

Олег1969, спасибо за инфу классно!
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Сообщение #12 от 16/05/2006 22:11 цитата  

По ссылке данной выше , есть прошивка . Из двух слепи одну рабочую, или правь новую. Может и пустую примет. Пробуй.
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Сообщение #13 от 19/05/2006 18:16 цитата  

Поставь пустую память, проц закачает в нее программу.Затем поставь обшин коды с кинескопа.Если не поможет меняй процессор.
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Сообщение #14 от 20/05/2006 03:42 цитата  

Может повторяюсь, иногда в этом дерьме достаточно чистую память поставить, только вместо FF надо прописать 00. Ну ей-ей, помогало неоднократно, не знаю как у других.
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Сообщение #15 от 25/05/2006 15:28 цитата  

Всем спасибо, проблема решилась. Войти в сервис не разбирая аппарат оказалось проблематично, т.к. ,как я писал выше, телевизор "неправильно" понимал команды с пульта. Пришлось вскрывать и входить в сервисное меню при помощи замыкания перемычек на плате. Вошёл удачно, но с пульта всё равно работать было невозможно. Решил его разобрать. Оказалось, что он залит какой-то гадостью. Промыл - он заработал, но блокировка не снималась. Поставил чистую память и всё ОК.

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