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    Recomendations for TV models for Display screen use needed

    Can anyone recommend a TV in the 32-42" size range, that does not turn off after 3 hours, turns on with the mains, and has a control panel lock?

    I have been given 48 hours to source, but can't afford a proper pro screen!

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    The 37" we use in reception is great. Can turn off auto-off and the control panel. Also, if you turn it off at the mains it comes on at the mains.

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    Sorey , that meant to say 37" LG!

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    We've three models of LG.

    One of them is operated manually so I can't say what happens.

    One of them (of which we have three in sixth form) we use the built in timer.

    I bought the seemingly next replacement model when we got digital signage intending doing the same - to find they changed the firmware. If you set the clock, the timer on/off works - but they go to sleep after an hour. If you don't set the clock, they don't go to sleep, but neither does the timer work (obviously).

    I guess I'm saying, if you go LG check out whether it meets your needs before buying lots. They don't all behave the same.

    Peter
    Therefore we had to get mains-powered digital timers with battery to kept the time.



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