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Orion Model TV1331, Picture continues to roll? Any suggestions?

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SOURCE: how do i remove vchip without password on a orion tv1331 2000

try 0000 in menu. Also owners manual should show how to set it to zeros & then you can unlock it or change PW

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SOURCE: I have an Orion TV1331. change to video without remote....?

The only way to switch it from TV to video is with the remote control. Orion did not have many onboard controls.

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I would suggest sending the TV out to have an experienced TV service tech do this type of work for you. These types of problems can get very involved. There are also some serious safety issues when working on a TV set.


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