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Problems with Beovision 7-55

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Milo16 posted on Tue, Jan 10 2017 5:33 PM

Hello everyone,

I have a problem with Beovision 7-55 Type No. 7724. The TV has stayed off for 2 years. Wen Turn on ask for the pin and I have tried to put the pin but after put the pin and GO button nothing happen display stay  the same , I have contact B&O and took the master-code from them put the master code and GO button. but the same situation as with Pin. (see picture attached)

Thanks in advance


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Millemissen
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Hi milo16 and welcome to Beoworld.

Do you use exact the same Beo4 as before?

(If my memory serves me well - it has to be in Mode1)

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Milo16 replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 8:08 AM

Hi Millemissen,

Yes you are right, but can you help with this?

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Which MK/version of the 7-55 do you have?

Is your Beo4 the one with the navi-stick?

MM

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Milo16 replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 9:17 AM

I am not shure which MK Version is, tv has been for 2 year off. Type No: 7724 with DVD T2C.

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Rob.B replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 10:11 AM

I have a client in a similar situation. Can't get past the pin code and master code same thing.

 

im about to ship a toggle beo4 to client and see if that's a solution. 

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Milo16 replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 10:22 AM

If you find a solution please let me know how.

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Milo16 replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 10:35 AM

I have the beo4 but nothing happened

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9 LEE replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 11:37 AM

MM is right.  If the TV has been set up for Beo5, Beo6 or the Beo4 Navigation the 'GO' command is different to that of a 'normal' Beo4.

So, with a standard Beo4 you can do everything right up to the point you need to confirm a command with the GO button, then nothing happens...  This is the reason that in the set-up menu you can choose 'Navigation Button' or 'No Navigation Button'

I'm not aware of a way round this, but someone may know.  Once you're 'in' and past the PIN Code you can change the setting to 'No Navigation Button' and use your current remote though...  My only suggestion is to borrow a Beo4 Navigation for now.

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Milo16 replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 11:42 AM

But how to go to setup menu?  Becouse I have the beo4 and nothing happens

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I managed this when I programmed my BV6 and into had a Navi remote

I'm sure the GO command is play or pause

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Milo16 replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 1:33 PM

and how you resolve that?

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Milo16:

I am not shure which MK Version is, tv has been for 2 year off. Type No: 7724 with DVD T2C.

You did not answer my question about the remote version, that you use (and that was used previously) ;-(

MM

 

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9 LEE:

MM is right.  If the TV has been set up for Beo5, Beo6 or the Beo4 Navigation the 'GO' command is different to that of a 'normal' Beo4.

So, with a standard Beo4 you can do everything right up to the point you need to confirm a command with the GO button, then nothing happens...  This is the reason that in the set-up menu you can choose 'Navigation Button' or 'No Navigation Button'

I'm not aware of a way round this, but someone may know.  Once you're 'in' and past the PIN Code you can change the setting to 'No Navigation Button' and use your current remote though...  My only suggestion is to borrow a Beo4 Navigation for now.

Lee

Just noticed your post - hmmm!

You are right!

And further....

....if the tv is set to 'with navy' and you use a 'non navi' Beo4or a 'with navi' in Mode 2, you won't get further.

Use a 'with navy' version and change it to Mode 1!!!

MM

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9 LEE replied on Wed, Jan 11 2017 7:26 PM

Milo16:

I am not shure which MK Version is.... Type No: 7724 with DVD T2C.

You have a Mk2.  This is one of the finest televisions B&O have ever made in my opinion!

For the record, whenever you look at anything BeoSystem 3 based (or a BeoSystem 3 itself), if it has a number 7 in the Type Number, it's 3D.

Lee

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