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I have audio on my cable, no picture, but somehow set the internal lock on the tv and can't get out of it. There is a red lock symbol in the lower left hand corner of my Classic brand tv. How do I fix this or get out of it?

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You should also explain the type and brand TVs, because each brand and type has different ways to release the Lock function, but I will try to provide another way that might resolve the issue. try to press the OSD / Display on the remote or press the preview button. If not successful you have to replace the EEPROM IC, with a new memory data.

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