Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I bought a 32LC5DC Lg
The only thing that would cause this is a lock!
If you ever forget your password, key in ‘7’, ‘7’, ‘7’, ‘7’
on the remote control.
If unlocking does not free up the unit menu then the unit has most likely had a software upgrade at some point to disable these functions permanently. This is normal hotel based systems in order to prevent them being used if they are stolen. In this case you will have to contact LG directly with Model no and Serial No details to get them to assist you.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
SOURCE: I am staying in a
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Ok, I worked for hotels, do know the ends and outs of how there operations work. they buy Tv's with special feature to control there users from improper use.
Most hotels have payed channels and this is how they make there money. They have a password lockout on there Tv's or may I say parental lock outs on the hdmi ports to keep clients from bringing in there own movies.
I know it might not make sense, the front desk does not have any control over these units its all done by the engineering department within the hotels system.
The solution would be if you can get a universal remote and program it for the tv to get into the menu you would have a step forward to get into the locked system. Most codes are like 9999 or 0000 as they want to make it easy for a tech to come in and do work on these if necessary.
I cannot guarantee the codes I gave will work, shoot i do not know what hotel you stayed at so it would be hard to trow out a guess on this. The other issue might be the resolution on the console set to high for this tv so I would set it to low at first then work your way up.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2011
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