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You can disassemble and clean the remote, this might help.
Clean the rubber keypad with ethyl alcohol and cottonwool, also clean the contact tabs on the rubber keypad and on the circuit board (don't rub the contacts too hard when you clean them, you don't want to damage the conductive coating).
Also clean well the housing, especially the holes on the housing where the rubber buttons protrude.
The holes (and the rubber buttons) get dirty with use and this often causes the buttons to get stuck.
I had to "repair" several remotes with stuck buttons, and simple cleaning did the trick.
I hope you can get it fixed...
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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1. Hold down the MENU button on the remote and VOLUME DOWN button on the TV it's self at the same time for at least 4 seconds. The set won't say so, but the lock will be unlocked
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