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Bought muy new (but used ;-) TV 2015, i'm playing with its menus.
In the menu for dashboard light, i can't find the "Auto" setting (only "Day" and "Night")
reported in the GoodOl'Manual (TM)

My TV the "Software version" is "SW 01.03, Program date 21/04/2015"
Any tip?


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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old Yesterday, 09:20 AM
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There is no "Auto" only D & N, low beam is on auto if its set on DRL...
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Boh... I see what's in the pic ( i'ts from the User Manual ).


Ok, not a problem but the problem now becomes that the Low Beam is always on

together tle DRL. I know there is the switch on the right side of the handler but it doesn't seem

to do anithing.
Grrrrrrrrrrr...


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My manuel has the same image and I have only Day or Night as a choice.

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Boh... I see what's in the pic ( i'ts from the User Manual ).
Dashboard settings:
Day = white background
Night = black background


Riding by night with the white dash background on, isn't comfortable.


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Ok, not a problem but the problem now becomes that the Low Beam is always on

together tle DRL. I know there is the switch on the right side of the handler but it doesn't seem

to do anithing.
By day DRL right switch on auto: Only border LED.
By night the low beam gets activated.


Why?



Fun stuff:
you're riding in the day, bright day, switch DRL auto.
Another bike coming.
Press your glove on the three photo-sensors cum LED on top of your dash.


See your low beam flash

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Dashboard settings:

Fun stuff:
you're riding in the day, bright day, switch DRL auto.
Another bike coming.
Press your glove on the three photo-sensors cum LED on top of your dash.


See your low beam flash

Uuuuuhhhhmmmmmmmmm..... I'm not sure to understand...
The lights setting slide on the right side has 2 positions: DRL ( down) or nightlight (up);
perhaps i'm in troubles on my TV because i have to put the slide in the middle of its path to see "DRL Auto"
written on the dash; if i put the slide up or down, i have always nightilit and never DRL-auto. I'll need to investigate, this winter :-)


And please, can you explain me what you mean with the "three photo-sensors"? Thanks.


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perhaps i'm in troubles on my TV because i have to put the slide in the middle of its path to see "DRL Auto"...
Used to be up or down.
No middle position.
DRL should show as "auto" on the dash.


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And please, can you explain me what you mean with the "three photo-sensors"?
Easy to find
They read the ambient light and switch the low beam at night, in a tunnel or underground garage.
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Thanks a lot Arci.

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By day DRL right switch on auto: Only border LED.
Not applicable in some areas as it depends regulations. In some areas, DRL is replaced by low beam...

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Not applicable in some areas as it depends regulations. In some areas, DRL is replaced by low beam...

Now that i put the slide at half of its run, i've auto-DRL.
As i already said, this winter will be time to investigate ( or perhaps to WD40
the switch)


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