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Most of the Hotel sets use a different remote to enter the hidden menus--the system that set uses was likely on channel 81 and where it was used they needed it to come on at a specific time----going to get that specific service remote and info on how to change settings---this is the issue with buying these commercial sets.
Zenith is part of LG but different phone numbers etc
If this has been a hotel TV then you cannot tune it in manually as the Hotel Mode will be activated & can only be re set to normal TV use by using a specific code from the remote control. The only other way is to re-initialise the internal memory using software that is only obtainable from a Philips dealer.
You have a hotel/motel model that cannot be programmed or any of the settings changed without a special Master remote. Sorry, doubt that you can buy one from the store, they are not sold to the public. Contact the hotel where you bought the set and try to get the model number for the remote from them. This is a different number than the model number of your tv.
if you can get to menu to unlock the channels type in 0000 or 1234 or 9999 or 0001 orif this doesnt work you could take back off tv and remove the little battery that looks like a coin out. becareful, this is high voltage in there.........
The CORRECT answer is you must purchase a LP702 remote. Google it to find one to buy. You must unlock channels and program the channels fresh.
Some standard zenith remotes allow you to reset the tv by popping off the cover of the remote and pressing an unmarked button.
The "H" model Zenith TVs are hotel/motel sets designed that
a roomer cannot access the menu feature. Your best bet would
be to purchase a name brand universal remote which has the
menu button feature or order an original Zenith master remote
which would not require programming. Once you have a workable
remote which will allow you to access the on-screen menus you
should be able to program the channels.
Hope this helps,