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White screen with enter a 4 digit control pin and press select??? picture on both sides of white re fine!

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It appears to be your parental control feature, or lock function. Try the codes 3001 or 1234 to reset the lock feature.
Press: Menu>Features>Parental Control(Child Lock)>Select,
then enter the code.

Posted on Nov 03, 2012

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  • Michael Jackson
    Michael Jackson Nov 03, 2012

    That didn't work either!

  • Michael Jackson
    Michael Jackson Nov 03, 2012

    That didn't work either! Mike

  • ingman3
    ingman3 Nov 03, 2012

    Perhaps unplugging the unit will cause a reset.

  • Michael Jackson
    Michael Jackson Nov 03, 2012

    Already did all that.....I finally realized that my cable box has a Parental Control also! That explained why I could watch a DVD..I pinged the cable box and all is okay now....

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