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RCA 32" TV

I need to adjust the vertical size. I use to be a TV technician but I don't remember the service code to get into the service menu can you help?

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Many RCA's use the following to gain access:
Hold the 'Menu' button while turning the set on.
The code may also be inside the back cover.

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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