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If you have the remote for the Disney Princess TV, it should control the TV without any code entry. If you are attempting to control the TV with a universal remote, you will have to use its code search feature to find a suitable code that will control some or all of the TV functions. Remember that codes are stored in the remote; the TV does not transmit them.
Download the user manual to your TV. It has all details about how to set and release the parental lock. Click here to download the user manual. If you fail to unlock , you might have to get into its service menu options to release the password. To know more about this visit the site named 'Electro-help'. There is details about entering in to service mode, to most brands of TVs. Pull up older posts there. Check this link and select the site named above.
I'm sure you've found the solution by now, but I'm going to post a response for people in the future with the same problem. The unlock code for dvd's is found on page 25 in my users guide. I dont know if the code is different for every t.v. but mine is 1369. Hope this helps. Also I thought it was kinda funny because the same exact thing happened to my daughter with the same Barbie Island Princess movie the day after Christmas!