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How to unlock my t.v

My RCA T.V. model # 20F511T turns on but i'm unable to change the channel it displays LOCK CODE i don't have no idea what it would be, since i've had the t.v i've never placed any lock code on it. can you please help me figure this out?

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If it is a code someone put in you will need to figure it out. If it is a factory code it will be usually 4 numbers such as 9999 or 0000

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