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TV Guide reset

I read the previous posting about the TV Guide feature resetting itself. In my instance, I keep receiving the following message: "Updated information will be available within 24 hours. The Guide is rebuidling your channel list based on your setup change." The problem is that I haven't made any changes, and it never does reset and display properly. Any thoughts?

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Try this (with the original remote): Reset TV Guide On Screen
1. Press the TV Guide button
2. Curser up and over to the SETUP menu
3. Select Change system settings (highlight only)
4. Enter the following numbers … 753159852 (setup mode)
5. Enter the following numbers … 653274147 (reset mode)

It will take some time to get the guide downloaded, but it works.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

  • Anonymous Jun 07, 2012

    not sure if I'm suppose to go to the tvgos after the wait a moment goes away? so at the moment I'm just waiting before going to the tv guide. Can you tell me what to do after step 5. Thanks, Peg

  • Anonymous Jun 07, 2012

    can you tell me what I do after step 5. do I just wait an hour or 24 hrs.? what happens after I enter the numbers in step 5 is that is say wait a moment then it just goes right on playing whatever is on tv. it doesnt go to the tvguide.

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