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Panasonic TV CT32G4 child lock code is on in always mode and factory directed reset procedures do not work. manaual and panasonic support want the tv to be taken in to a repair center. this is not economical or practical. can you help please. Thanks.
It's likely there isn't a way to reset this without hooking it up to specialized equipment. However, there is one thing you could try.
Unplug the TV, and leave it unplugged for 24 hours. That should be sufficient time for the settings to be lost. After that, plug it in, and try the factory reset again. This may or may not work, depending on what the default settings are and whether there is an internal battery backing up your settings.
Short of that, I think you're going to have to take it in to a repair center, or put up with the lock.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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