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I have a DayTek 32" Flat Panel LCD TV model number DK321A. It continues to lose time. I tried a factory reset code I found on the internet and now the power button from the remote does not always work. (I am not sure if it was a proper code and realize I should not have used it, Sorry!). Do you think the proper factory reset code would work and if so, what is it, do you know? By the way I have ruled out batteries as a problem for the power button. My thoughts are that both problems could be fixed by a true factory reset. I hope I am correct. Please help and I hope you have a great day!

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0195 0226 0720. Try these codes. If you wish to get more; check the site linked here. It has set-up code list & set-up procedure to many popular brand remote controls. See it in "Mosaic" view. It will make surf easier.
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Testimonial: "It seems the link you left is a list of codes for universal remotes to link to the TV. I am using the original remote. What I am looking for is the code you enter into the remote to reset the TV back to factory condition. Thank you for trying and I hope you have a great day!"

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Are you sure there is not a problem with the TV set? The set will need to be on to unlock the front panel. Bypassing the V-Chip Lock on most Mitsubishi sets use a four-digit passcode that is required to view a V-Chip locked program, view the locked TV, cancel the lock, or enter the V-Chip lock menus. If you don't have the passcode, it is easy to bypass. This is neccessary if you forgot the code, purchased the set used, or if you simply don't feel like searching through your files to find it. To bypass the V-chip: You can view the locked shows by pressing the number 9 and QV buttons on the remote at the same time, whenever your passcode is requested. This process temporarily unlocks the TV. To reset the code: When you use the button combination 9 and QV while entering the V-Chip Lock menu, this process deletes your old passcode and prompts you to enter a new passcode. Good Luck

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SOURCE: need remote control code for 32" X2GEN tv

Good luck. I have the same issue. No codes are available for the X2Gen. To make matters worse, it appears to use a non-standard frequency for the carrier signal, maening that other remotes won't work with the TV.

I purchased a learning remote, thinking I would just "teach" it the codes directly from the X2Gen TV remote. This didn't work either.

There appears to be no way to use any remote other than the one supplied with the TV. Whatever you do, don't lose it!

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SOURCE: Daytek DT3220 power button flashes green 4 (5) times, no picture

The power supply voltages might look good on an oscilliscope or using a DC meter, but that doesn't really tell you if the supply is good.

Your TV has an unusual symptom, however 99% of the problems on these TVs are caused by the power supply. I have had 3220s that won't power on, the remote or controls on the TV won't work, or the unit blanks out and all sorts of other odd problems. The power supply can test fine, but if you substitute it the TV will work fine.
Sorry to say you're up a creek. The good news is that just about any 5,12,24V power supply for a 32:" TV will work if you are comfortable rewiring the connectors. I have done this a few times and rescued the TVs from an early grave (I'm actually just about to start on another one now). The pinout is written on the board, and make sure the power supply you want to use also has the pinouts marked on the board.

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