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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Reset back to factory defaults
To unlock the OSD controls when the OSD is preset to be locked, press and hold the 'MENU' button for 15 seconds to enter the 'OSD Lock' option and make
To unlock the OSD
controls when the OSD is
preset to be locked, press
and hold the 'MENU'
button for 15 seconds to
enter the 'OSD Lock'
option and make
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
SOURCE: HOW TO RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS
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Posted on Dec 03, 2009
On most Viewsonic TVs, hit menu (on the TV or your remote) go to Options (or Setup). The icon will look like a hammer with a double ended wrench across it (at least on my TV - a different model). Hit the down arrow and select Restore Default or Memory Recall. Select Yes and Enter when you see the prompt. Then exit the menu system (by hitting menu). The action is saved when you exit.
I hope this helps.
(the two different commands results from a change in Viewsonic's menu system - my print manual differs from the current on-line manual at Viewsonic's site. I'm not sure which set of commands will apply. If your TV menus are different, the names should still be similar.)
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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