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I somehow deleted channels off my Mitsubishi CS 2611R tv with the remote and don't know how to add them back on

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My tv wont program all tha channel nor will it make a sound I have a ws55111


You should on that model be able to direct enter with the Mitsubishi remote a channel and then in the menu "add" it.

If no sound check that (in the menu) speakers are not switched off.

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Need tv code, tv is locked


Hello,

Turn on the TV and grab the remote. In most cases, you will need the original remote to unlock the TV if you aren't sure of the unlock code. If you don't have the original remote, you will need to purchase one.
2
Look at the screen. If you see a blank screen with a red key on the bottom of the screen, press 'Function' and 'Mute' at the same time. This should unlock the channel. This is an option for people who want the TV to stay locked but, want to be able to bypass the lock to watch a certain show or channel. All other channels will remain locked and the TV will fully lock when it is turned off.
3
Unlock all of the channels on the TV by entering the factory reset code. There are three main reset codes that TV manufacturers set. These are 0711, 6688 and 3308. Try each one until you find the one that works. This will reset the TV to original factory settings. When you do this, you will loose any information that you have stored in the TV, such as favorite channels, automatic timers and the clock. You will have to go through the full initial set up.
4
Call the technical support service number in your owner's manual if none of those codes work. A technician can help you troubleshoot the television because the problem may not be the locking control. When you call, make sure that you have the model number and serial number of the TV.
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Take your television to a TV repair shop. In some cases, a professional who access to wiring diagrams for your television set may have to rewire certain components in order for the television to unlock. This is usually the case when the TV locks by itself while it is on.

Also note that forgotten the passcode of your Mitsubishi TV. You can make it alive without knowing the passcode. Please follow
V_Chip lock bypassing prodedure is as follows
You can view your locked TV, cancel the lock, or enter the V_chip lock menus.

This is done by pressing the number "9" and "QV" buttons on the remote TV control at the same time, when your passcode is requested. This process temporarily unlocks the TV.
When entering the V_Chip lock menu, this process deletes your old passcode and prompts you to enter a new passcode.


I hope this will help to solve the problem...

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The mitsubishi model vs-60805 tv will provide air channels off of cable hook-up, but does not provide cable channels. What needs to be done to recieve cable channels? The menu does not provide an apparent...


Hi,
Mitsubishi VS-60805 is 1999 model tv and unable to receive digital cable channels because it is equipped with analog tuner that can not receive cable channels because it is almost 11 years old.
You need to hook Cable Box in AV input of tv, plug digital cable in cable box and get digital cable channels in tv. Cable box has its own remote control and inbuilt digital tuner to receive all digital cable channels and widely available in Store, Radio Shake, amazon.com etc.
Let me know if you have additional question.
Thanks.


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Tv goes to another channel on its own


Sounds like channel 3 is not locked in. Go to menu and select add/delet channels And add 03.

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50604 tv is trying to program channels how do i stop it ?


have a look here for your replacement mitsubishi remote:
http://www.electronicadventure.us/mitsubishi.htm


regards

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Mitsubishi vs5003r troubleshoot


I found this in another website... i hope this can help you. I'll try too...

Found this on the web, hope it helps.

Thank you for contacting Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. We
are pleased to be able to assist our customers via our website. Here is the
information that you have requested:
TV Lock #8


Models:


Color Televisions
CS-20EX1, CS-20301, CS-26EX1, CS-26201, CS-26301, CS-2725R, CS-27EX1,
CS-27MX1, CS-27TX1, CS-27200, CS-27201, CS-27301, CK-27304, CK-27306,
CS-27401, CS-27403, CS-3135R, CK-3136R, CS-31AX1, CS-31FX1, CS-31MX1,
CK-31MX2, CS-31301, CK-31302, CS-3525R, CK-3526R, CK-3527R, CS-3535R,
CK-3536R, CS-35X7, CS-35AX1, CS-35FX1, CK-35FX2, CS-35MX1, CK-35MX2,
CK-35MX3, CS-35201, CS-35201A, CS-35203, CS-35205A, CS-35301, CS-35401,
CK-35402, CS-40FX1


Projection Televisions
VS-40VA2, VS-4517S, VS-45VA1, VS-45VA2, VS-4561, VS-4562, VS-5016R,
VS-5017S, VS-50VA1, VS-50VA2, VS-50VF1, VS-50VF2, VS-50VX2, VS-50VX3,
VS-5061, VS-5062, VS-6017R, VS-6026R, VS-60VA2, VS-60VF1, VS-60VF2,
VS-60VX2, VS-60VX3, VS-6061, VS-7017R


This system locks only the entire TV. The TV will display a screen that
will indicate "Parental Lock ... Now the lock is on" and request the
personal four digit code when the TV is powered on.


IMPORTANT> You must use the original remote control that came with the
TV to release the Parental Lock, you cannot use a remote
that came with a VCR, Audio System or from any other
manufacturer.


1. Depending on which remote came with your TV, press the button at
the top labeled TV,OR set the TV/VCR switch in the upper left
corner of the remote to the TV position. .


2. Press the button on the remote labeled POWER.
The TV will turn on and display an information
screen that indicates "Parental Lock ... Now the
lock is on" and ask for the four digit personal code.


3. Press the #9 and the QV buttons at the same time.
The TV will turn on.


4. Press the button labeled MENU.
The "TV Main Menu" will be displayed.


5. Press the ADJUST UP or DOWN button to move the arrow next to the
"Advanced Features" selection and then press ENTER.


The "Advanced Features" menu will appear and
indicate that the lock is ON.


6. Press the ADJUST button to move the arrow next to the "Parental
Lock" option, and then press ENTER.
The screen will change to indicate "Parental Lock
... Now the lock is on" and ask for the four digit
personal code.


7. Press the #9 and QV buttons at the same time.
The screen will return to the "Advanced Features"
menu and indicate that the lock is off.


8. Press the MENU button twice to return to normal viewing.


The original lock code has now been erased and the lock canceled.

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Broadcast Channels not picked up


Go into the add/delete channels and add them then program the setbagain.

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Unable to access all tv channels


maybe hit menu button and go to add or delete channels and add the channels then reprogram your tv. let me know what happens at www.gillardk.com

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