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How do you ENABLE the store demo mode in Samsung 551?

Hi, do anyone know how to turn the store demo mode on? or is it impossible to do so once exited? I tried searching online but all results relate only to disabling it.

So, many thanks in advance for any help. Happy

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Try this

Press Excit on the Keypad for Twenty Seconds, That will ask you do you want to Reset the TV Click Yes. then when the TV comes on Again Select Store Mode When Asked and follow the instructions from there

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Thanks for help...but still cannot get the option mentioned.

Hi, thank you for your guide...i tried it, selected "ok" to reset to default settings, and the tv brings me back to the AV1 source (my satellite tv provider)...and nothing happens after that.

The option you mentioned, where the demo or home mode can be selected, did not appear...anyway, the model of my tv is Samsung LA40D551 LCD.

Thanks again for help. Happy

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This Should work

Make sure that the source is TV. Press menu then plug and play. It will be grayed out but just click Right, it will ask for your password.

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Thanks for help...but still cannot get the option mentioned.

Moses Chew,

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