I accidentally changed a setting on my Bose Lifestyle V10 home theater system to a setting not supported by my television. Problem is that my television just shows "not supported" on the screen so I cannot see to get back into the Home Theater Systems menu to change it back. Any suggestions??
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The Lifestyle V10 has a remote that uses RF code to communicate with the receiver. That means it uses Radio Frequency which could be a problem if you have too many wireless devices or radio's around. Check if you have any Cell phones, Cordless Phones , Wireless Routers etc which emit a Radio frequency which would cause it to be erratic as there would be a conflict in the signals.Try to move them away from the receiver.
call bose tech support and register your lifestyle system with them, they in turn will start sending you update CD's those CD's may include the new IR databases that would help you find the right code. the other alternative is to call VIaSat and find out what brand's IR codes they are using( and in the IR menu on the bose try that brand's codes) A lot of manufacturers will use the codes from Motorola(worth a shot) the alternative option is to program a universal remote to control your bose, and all your equipment (if your equipment is hidden in a closet, get an RF remote, I program these for my clients all the time (for their bose systems))