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Disney P1310ATV television

My daughter ( 4 year old) set a password to block the DVD player.
As she was more or less just poking buttons randomly, she doesn't have a clue what the password was. It took me a while to realize what had happened when the DVD quit working.
The question is, Is there any way to get around this, reset it or whatever. It is relatively useless now and is practically new.

Thank you.

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    How di I reset the dvd player password?

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It tells you how in this manual.....http://www.ipc.nl/extensions/templates/default/gebruikshandleidingen/en/TV_combis/Pirates/10202_TV_PIRATES_GB_GA.pdf

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