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Re: what is the v-chip code for polaroid tv
Parental DVD discs equipped with the child lock function are rated according to their contents and settings vary from disc to disc. Depending on the disc, you can lock out selected scenes or playback of the disc altogether. Access parental control by pressing the left/right (direction buttons together) on the remote control and then press the OK button. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> System Setup/Password Parental control features are password protected. The original setting is unlocked. This setting allows you to use number buttons to input any password. Note: The Default Password is 1369. This password is always effective even after you have selected your own password and changed it. To avoid the possibility of others using the default password to set the parental level and change the password, you can record this default password in another area and delete it from this manual. Some discs can be limited depending on the age of users while some discs cannot.
Manual is here http://www.polaroid.com/service/userguides/ce/under_cabinet_lcd_tvs/fdm0700a_ug.pdf (you need Adobe Reader) and their phone # is at the end!
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I saw a video for this once. The problem is the DLP chip. It has to be replaced. Replacement DLP chips can be found online. The screen has white dots because some of the mirrors on the chip are bad. Be sure to have someone competent replace it. No soldering is involved. Book and manual will come with replacement. The DLP chip is delicate.
Hi, The answer to your question is answered in the "V-chip" section of the Sharp Instruction Manual for your set. I would go on line to download the instruction book, if you don't have it. Here is a link to a site that you can download the manual from
Code 000 for Magnavox TV
Code 004 for Magnavox TV
Code 006 for Magnavox TV
Code 008 for Magnavox TV
Code 019 for Magnavox TV
Code 062 for Magnavox TV
Code 068 for Magnavox TV
Code 069 for Magnavox TV
Code 075 for Magnavox TV
Code 076 for Magnavox TV
Code 077 for Magnavox TV
Code 088 for Magnavox TV
Code 130 for Magnavox TV
Code 132 for Magnavox TV
Code 133 for Magnavox TV
Code 134 for Magnavox TV
Code 183 for Magnavox TV
Code 219 for Magnavox TV
Code 235 for Magnavox TV
I used the following that I found on a site that compiles v-chip reset solutions:
Philips and Magnavox:
Philips sets use a four digit code to control the v-chip. The override code for Philip sets is 0711, although it may say "Incorrect code" the first time to trick you. If "Incorrect code" is displayed, simply enter 0711 again. To use it hit the MENU key to get to the menus. Go up or down until you reach AUTOLOCK or SMARTLOCK, depending on the model, and push the "right arrow" key on the remote. Enter the override code, and enter it a second time if it says it is incorrect.
Once in the AUTOLOCK or SMARTLOCK menu, go to BLOCK, and push the "right arrow" key. Go to BLOCKING OPTIONS and press the "right arrow" key. Go to MASTER DISABLE and press the "right arrow" key so that it says "MASTER DISABLE ON". The v-chip is now reset.
I found this to work on my Toshiba TV/VHS combo MV19M4 after trying others suggestions that had worked on similar models but nothing worked on mine. Maybe it will work for yours. Follow these steps:
1: Unplug the TV for 1 minute then plug it back in.
2: In the menu select "TV Set Up".
3: Move the blinking block to beside "V-CHIP Set" BUT DO NOT SELECT IT.
4: Hold in the number 1 button on the remote.
5: Hold in the volume down button on the TV.
Your TV will turn off. Give it a few seconds to reset itself and then turn it back on and you will have to completely reprogram your settings. When you go to the V-CHIP settings it will ask for your new code.
The buttons themselves may not be making contact. I've had to take some remotes apart and clean the carbonized rubber pads that touch the contacts on the circuit board.
Most remotes can be pryed apart very carefully and cleaned.
If this doesn't help it is possible that the incorrect code is in the remote.
Also part of the chip that generates the digital pulses could be bad.
You might need to get another remote.