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Hola El modelo de mi televisor es el siguiente silvania model sst4273 gracias

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Hola,

Aca tenes un manual de tu tv:

http://www.sylvaniaconsumerelectronics.com/pdf/om/SST4273.pdf

La pantalla esa que te quedo fija debe desaparecer a los 10 sec si no apretas ninguna tecla.
Creo que antes de hacer nada con tu tv te recomiendo que seria bueno que te consigas el control remoto original de tu televisor.

aca tenes una opcion a 24 dolares ---->>>

http://www.funai.newremotecontrol.com/catalog_item.php?catnum=NE121UD

y aca el original por 34 dolares ---->>>

http://www.remotes.com/store/sylvania/sst4273.html

Seguramente con el remote original desbloqueas tu televisor.

Espero que soluciones tu problema pronto.

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Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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