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All buttons on tv stopped working only turns ON no ...

Viewsonic 26" hd LCD tv (8mos old)
All the sudden none of the buttons on the TV itself work... only the power ON works... won't turn off, no vol, no channels no menu - nothing working.... the remote works everything but the tv buttons don't ... is something locked out or is the TV screwed??

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There is a button lock in the menu of the television. Using your remote access the menu screen and unlock the buttons.

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