Question about Televison & Video
Turn on unit. Press "lock" on remote (third from left bottom row.) Display on unit should say safe off.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Turn the unit on then press and hold the VCR button on the remote for up to 10 seconds.that should do it.
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