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    Nu even in het nederlands

    Bleuvoice,
    Heb jij de code om in het servicemenu van je tv te komen? Anders heb ik deze wel voor je. In het servicemenu kan je exact terugvinden hoeveel errors je tv heeft. Wil je een terugkerend probleem oplossen, dan moet die errorbuffer leeg. Uiteraard mag je dat niet zelf doen ivm garantie etc, maar het is heel simpel. In het servicemenu kan je ook het protocol van je hdmi aansluitingen kiezen. De standaardspecificatie is dat hdmi arc altijd onder hdmi 1 zit. Wellicht is deze bij jou onder een andere hdmi aansluiting geselecteerd. In ieder geval is alles terug te vinden in het servicemenu. Als je de code wilt hebben, wil ik deze wel aan je mailen (als ik een mailadres van je heb).
    Dan nog een ander advies. Vorig jaar heb ik mijn tv gekocht (46pfl9705). De eerste die ik gelverd kreeg ging continu rebooten. Ik heb een aantal dagen later een nieuwe gekregen zonder dit probleem. Het kan dus goed zijn dat alleen jou tv dit probleem heeft. Aangezien je nog volop in de garantie zit, moet je eisen dat je tv wordt vervangen of gerepareerd. Stel eerst vast of het niet aan je home cinema ligt. Bel naar philips en laat je home cinema ophalen, deze wordt dan nagekeken. Binnen enkele dagen heb je deze weer keurig terug. Kans is groot dat ze niets hebben kunnen vinden, was bij mij ook. Dan je tv ter reparatie of vervanging aanbieden. Je koopt geen dure tv die niet normaal te gebruiken is. Harde eisen stellen. Je tv moet gewoon normaal functioneren.
    Succes.

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    better use English since this is a global forum.
    also this may be deleted by moderator somehow...

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    This was so helpful..thanks

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    Well, let me tell you how thankful I am for the information in this post. I've been having trouble with the HDMI control feature in my AV system for 3 years now -- a huge amount of frustration and time wasted trying to fix this. Whenever I happened to have more than one device connected via HDMI, the control function would go haywire. I can't tell you how many hours I spent trying to fix this problem.

    Today I decided that I would see if I could somehow figure out how to cut the wire that provides the control function on the HDMI cable. After reading this thread, I decided first to just try to jam a very thin nail into the pin #13 connection on my cable. Even though a small portion of the plastic just below the pin cracked off, apparently I was able to push the pin sufficiently into the connector so as to disable the connection.

    Everything seems to work fine at this point. I run Apple TV through this connection, which I don't use too frequently so as to be bothered by having to manually change inputs on my AV receiver. I had previously connected my Blu-Ray player via Component Video and Optical Audio cables, but I may just deactivate Pin #13 on another HDMI cable and use that instead to connect the Blu-Ray.

    My Satellite box is connected via HDMI with the Pin #13 CEC control function intact, since I use this source the majority of the time I am using my AV system.

    No more random switching of source components!!!! HOORAY!!!! Thanks very much for everyone's help.

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    For those not interesting to modify the cable , they can use hdmi to dvi and then dvi to hdmi male adapter. So you need 1 hdmi 1.4 cable and 2 adapter directly to HTS. Cec signal dont through via dvi
    Last edited by kosmasgr; 07-26-2013 at 12:13 PM.

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