Question about Akai CFTD2011 20 in. EDTV-Ready LCD Television
I set up a parental control number, that I can not remember. Is there any way to get the TV unlocked?
Try 1111 or 0000
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
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on the TV and grab the remote. In most cases, you will need the original remote
to unlock the TV if you aren't sure of the unlock code. If you don't have the
original remote, you will need to purchase one.
at the screen. If you see a blank screen with a red key on the bottom of the
screen, press 'Function' and 'Mute' at the same time. This should unlock the
channel. This is an option for people who want the TV to stay locked but, want
to be able to bypass the lock to watch a certain show or channel. All other
channels will remain locked and the TV will fully lock when it is turned off.
all of the channels on the TV by entering the factory reset code. There are
three main reset codes that TV manufacturers set. These are 0711, 6688 and
3308. Try each one until you find the one that works. This will reset the TV to
original factory settings. When you do this, you will loose any information
that you have stored in the TV, such as favorite channels, automatic timers and
the clock. You will have to go through the full initial set up.
the technical support service number in your owner's manual if none of those
codes work. A technician can help you troubleshoot the television because the
problem may not be the locking control. When you call, make sure that you have
the model number and serial number of the TV.
Take your television to a TV repair shop. In some cases, a
professional who access to wiring diagrams for your television set may have to
rewire certain components in order for the television to unlock. This is
usually the case when the TV locks by itself while it is on.
Visit this site for more details. The site name is (Electro-help). Just type in
"electronicshelponline.blogspot" into the search box of your browser, and click
search. You can see a site by this
name. Pull up older posts there.
Sometimes, ads related to each post might give you details about the
availability of spare parts and price.
It is a blogspot site, in English Language
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