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go to a channel that you are able to view without locked out. second turn tv down to zero. third go to a channel that locked you out and ask for code. Now hold the volume button on the tv down and at the same time hold the 0 button down on the remote. this should unlock it without futhrer restrictions
I found this on Bob Vilas website, it worked for my t.v. hope this helps someone else out-ttu821 "This will probably work for most Orion V-chips... I figured it out looking at another manufacturer's instructions, on my Orion it was: * Turn the volume down to 0 * Change to a blocked channel (where it asks for V-Chip password) * On the TV (not from the remote) hold the volume down button * (While holding volume on TV) hold the '0' key on the remote for between 2-10 seconds... * The screen should unlock, and you should save no V-Chip restrictions. You can now use your manual to find out how to set the restrictions you want."
Turn the set on, hook the cable directly to the TV, take the remote control and press 1 - 1 and if the TV tunes in channel 11 then your set is fine. If the TV was autoprogrammed when hooked to a cable box then the only channels that will be stored in memory are 3, maybe 4 and AUX. To correct this simply go back into the menu and look for the "autoprogram" option and perform the autoprogram while the cable is directly connected to the TV, without a cable box.