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My hitachi c21-rf80s television was put on child lock its stuck on av2 and original remote is lost, how do i remove child lock?

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Hello,
Faced a similar problem sometime back unfortunately TV sets don't come with reset buttons.
Since the remote i lost you have variety of options although they all involve getting a remote control for the set.
You could get a friend who uses a Hitachi set and borrow the remote briefly disable child lock and therefore operate your system manually.
Or even better you could get one of the numerous universal controllers in the market. Some which come highly recommended include the following:
ATI Remote Wonder & Remote Wonder II,
Complete Control MX-950,
Compaq iPAQ H3950 / UEI Nevo,
Philips PHDVR8L,
Proton iRemote iR800,
Sony RM-AV2000,
UCommand series,
Universal Remote Control Inc. URC-100, URC-200 & URC-300, Weemote series.
usually these cost somewhere between $15 to about $50 and can be gotten from any electronic store.
Hope this has been helpful

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

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