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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Chris F., Aug 4, 2006.

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  1. Chris F.

    Chris F. Guest

    How do I access the service menu on a Sony KV-20S10? I tried the usual
    PWR-ENTER-5-VOL+-PWR but it won't access it.
     
  2. Jixter

    Jixter Guest

    Not sure if this will work for your TV or not.. It's for a slightly
    different SONY TV

    1. Standby mode. (Power Off)
    2. DISPLAY --> 5 --> VOL(+) --> POWER on the Remote Commander (Press each
    button within a second)

    I take NO responsibility for any damage or loss of productivity for
    supplying this information to you or anyone who reads this.

    Jixter
     
  3. Chris F.

    Chris F. Guest

    Already tried that, in fact I've tried every combination of those keys I can
    think of.....

     
  4. I don't have the manual for that set but some of the early Sony's had a
    service mode switch on the rear panel.
     
  5. Andy Cuffe

    Andy Cuffe Guest

    Look for a hidden button on the back panel near the A/V inputs. With
    the set turned off, press and hold it while turning the set on. It
    will operate exactly the same way as newer Sony's in service mode.
    Andy Cuffe

     
  6. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    On the series of set you have, Disply, 5, Vol+, PWR should do it. Press
    Mute, Enter, to save your damage.

    Take care, that many of the adjustments require the proper test
    facilities to properly calibrate. Only a small number of them are done
    visualy. There are no default settings. These values are adjusted to
    the particular set's characteristics. Some settings can actualy go out
    of range, thus making the set non accessable any more. The set would
    require proper shop service to get it working again.

    The service adjustments are factory set, and should not have to be
    modified after manufacture unless critical parts have been replaced.
    If your set has a fault and was working before, then proper service
    should be done to repair the problem.


    Jerry G.
     
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