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    Problem with Ambilight

    I own a 32PFL6007T and in order to get the Lounge Ambilight working I have to pull the powercord. Otherwise it will not start when pressing the Ambilight-button. After the cord has been pulled the Ambilight works when th TV is on, and the Lounge function aswell. But when the TV has been shut off for a whole night the problem comes back.

    Any idea??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogani View Post
    I own a 32PFL6007T and in order to get the Lounge Ambilight working I have to pull the powercord. Otherwise it will not start when pressing the Ambilight-button. After the cord has been pulled the Ambilight works when th TV is on, and the Lounge function aswell. But when the TV has been shut off for a whole night the problem comes back.

    Any idea??
    I have the same problem with my 55PFL8007. After turning the TV off it is often impossible to turn on Lounge Ambilight unless I pull out the powerplug first . Even though I am very happy with the picture quality of the TV, I must say that I have never owned such a buggy device. Considering the price of the product it is amazing how a product can have so many quirks, but I hope that they are adressed eventually.

    Philips Support, any solutions?
    Last edited by poyans; 12-26-2012 at 05:25 PM.

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    Install the latest firmware please...version 0.150.82.0

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    Problem med Lounge Light

    I have it already installed (QF1EU-0.150.82.0), but the the problem remains.

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    See post from some time ago from Philips-JuAn:

    Maybe already mentioned earlier or in other posts, but Ambillight Lounge mode requires a dedicated approach to make it work:
    - The TV has to be really in standby before the function will work, this means after putting the set in standby waiting for at least one minute.
    - The AL Lounge mode will start only after 15 ~ 20 seconds after the AL button is pressed.
    - The changing of mode can be done (since 150.48.xx) by pushing the same AL button once. Pressing it for 5 seconds gets you out of Lounge mode.


    On my 8007 model, this works like a charm.

    Ow, and by the way, after the SW upgrade, did you execute a cold start with the TV (unplug mains cord for 1 or 2 minutes)?

    Grt.,
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    Have not tried the cold start. Will try! Thank you for the advice. I hope it works.

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    Tried the cold start and sure, first time I pressed the AMBILIGHT button it worked, but after a whole night in standby the problem remains.

    Might try to downgrade the TV to the original FW to see if that works.

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