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You just do this to unlock your Panasonic TV, and after unlocking it reset the password.
Panasonic sets need to be reset to clear the v-chip settings. To do this, put it in standby mode, then press the POWER and ACTION buttons at the same time and then turn the power off. The set should reset to the factory defaults, and reset the v-chip.
* 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 have no V-Chip restrictions.
The V-chip has a 4 digit numerical password in order to keep older children from changing its settings. However, it can be overridden by savvier youth who read the television's manual to find out how to reset the password to 0000 (built into the V-chip in case the parents themselves forget the password that they set).