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Need a lil help with a TP3285 C129

I accidently changed the Option byte values now I have no sound.. set is forced into MA "mono all" mode and no sound at all.
Sound worked fine before I fudged the values.

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The tv is on Mono and wont budge there is a picture but not sound no remotes will work..wont even turn off by the base or remote its frozen. what do i do.. I dont even know how old it is..

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