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    have in Screen Service mode Toshiba 3040C

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    i have on Screen Service mode how i turn off it ?

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    Re: have in Screen Service mode Toshiba 3040C

    Your machine is in Line adjustment mode. To turn it off log in to Service Mode, select setting mode 08 and set the code 9010 from 1 to 0
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    Re: have in Screen Service mode Toshiba 3040C

    Quote Originally Posted by Blizzoo View Post
    Your machine is in Line adjustment mode. To turn it off log in to Service Mode, select setting mode 08 and set the code 9010 from 1 to 0

    u can tell me Step by Step how do it ?

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    Re: have in Screen Service mode Toshiba 3040C

    Hope you are a tech...

    Power off the machine, press and hold 0 and 8 keys and power on the machine, Keep holding 0 and 8 pressed until you hear a beep sound, you will be presented with Service Mode authentication screen, press OK normally you shouldn't put any password to get inside (only in case someone has changed the default password), type in 9010 and press Start, change from 1 to 0, press Ok and restart machine
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    Re: have in Screen Service mode Toshiba 3040C

    Quote Originally Posted by Blizzoo View Post
    Hope you are a tech...

    Power off the machine, press and hold 0 and 8 keys and power on the machine, Keep holding 0 and 8 pressed until you hear a beep sound, you will be presented with Service Mode authentication screen, press OK normally you shouldn't put any password to get inside (only in case someone has changed the default password), type in 9010 and press Start, change from 1 to 0, press Ok and restart machine

    Done it work thx bro

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