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Anonymous Posted on Oct 04, 2007

I have problem with tv that v-ship and i for got to ask for the pass word got this tv from yard sale please tell me what to do

I dought this tv from a yard sale and it has a pass word i for got to ask the lady for pass word and some channels are block by the v- chip help me please

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The V-chip has a 4 digit numerical password in order to keep older children from changing its settings. However, it can be overridden by savvier youth who read the television's manual to find out how to reset the password to 0000 (built into the V-chip in case the parents themselves forget the password that they set). hope this will help.

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What you going to need is a firmware package I do nto have a link but google is your best friend what it does is basically hack the password (witch is kinda borderline TOS violation to even tell you how to do it)

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