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H-PLL PAL/NTSC in Service Menu.


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I accidently changed the value for the setting "H-PLL NTSC" to 1 in the Service Menu.
It was on "0" before, but now I cannot change it back to "0". Only values between 1 and 100 are possible.
Does anybody know how to change it back to 0?
A factory reset or an Instop Reset didn't work.

What is H-PLL?

If I don't get the value back to 0,  what should it be from 1-100? (I'm in Scandinavia if that matters ref PAL/NTSC)

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3 hours ago, nemilose said:

Do you have any problem because of that setting?

Thanks for answering. 👍
No, I don't see anything wrong with the picture. It's more knowing that I did a mistake and can't fix it. :)
And because of the global dimming issue with the 2018/19 OLEDs (especially with football), I consider selling the tv and I don't want to sell it with wrong values set in the service menu. 


I just hoped there were someone who know how to reset a value to default, in this case "0".
BTW: I think/hope that H-PLL (Horizontal phase locked loop) is just a setting for analog video signal.

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