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Dell lock symbol on screen

I got a Dell W2300 LCD TV. at a garage sale and it has some kind of lock on it. I can play xbox on it but can not succesfully hook it up to a computer or tv/cable.When I try a lock symbol appears...
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Other people have been saying to press the menu button for 15, 20 or 30 seconds, but it didn't work for me. I did notice that the icon did go away after about 5 seconds but then came back as soon as I took my finger off the button. I opted for the What ever Works way of breaking the end off of a tooth pick, pressing in the button and then jamming the tooth pick into the space between the button and the bezel to hold the button down.

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You can only remove the "lock" function by using a DELL remote control (must be a Dell remote) and go to menu and follow instructions.

Good luck

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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