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    Automatically switching off problem (42PFL6007K/12)


    I have Philips TV 42PFL6007K, and recently noticed that there is some strange problem with the switch off timer.
    Switch off option was turned on after 60 minutes.
    At the beginning, everything was just fine, after 60 min (when there is no signal from the remote control) the TV displayed turning off message and turned itself off automatically.
    Several days ago, the TV showed the message, turn itself off, and then suddenly turned on. the TV has worked all night for several days and does not switch itself off properly...

    I have tried to disconnect the mains power, to make factory reset and also to reinstall the TV, but it remains the same, the TV just turned itself on automatically after switching off.

    I have the last firmware from Philips official website.
    What can I do? Is there an option to make hard reset?
    Last edited by NaC; 12-05-2012 at 03:46 AM.

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