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You can find the model number on the back of the TV. Going back to factory settings won't solve the problem you're having. The only thing that can overcome parental control is either a repair shop, or a special code that you would have to get from the manufacture. Its called an omniscient code meaning it will always work. Some TVs have them, but some do not. Only the manufacture or a service center that has the service manual for your model can tell you the right answer. Don't waste your time trying to fix the problem yourself. Parental locks are designed to stand up to the prying minds of kids and teenagers. Call RCA customer service for the information I spoke of above.
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You can restrict the websites that children can visit, make sure
children only visit age-appropriate websites, indicate whether you want
to allow file downloads, and set up which content you want the content
filters to block and allow. You can also block or allow specific
websites. For more information, see Limit the content that children can view on the web.
You can set time limits to control when children are allowed to log on
to the computer. Time limits prevent children from logging on during the
specified hours and, if they are already logged on, they will be
automatically logged off. You can set different logon hours for every
day of the week. For more information, see Control when children can use the computer.
Games. You can
control access to games, choose an age rating level, choose the types
of content you want to block, and decide whether you want to allow or
block unrated or specific games. For more information, see Specify which games children can play.
Allow or block specific programs. You can prevent children from running programs that you don't want them to run. For more information, see Prevent children from using specific programs.
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