Question about Philips TP3284C 32" TV
Most settings and configurations except the Parental Lock could be reverted to factory default by doing a full hard reset. This is done by simply unplugging the unit from the mains for a couple of hours (or overnight preferably). If done and the system/TV will do a reset, all your settings (color, brightness, program selection) will be back to normal (or factory default).
Most parental Locks works with a code or password. Unfortunately, often this requires the use of the original remote that came with the TV.
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