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Nu-tec NTV2131 51cm TV

When I turn my TV (Nu-tec NTV2131 51 cm) on, it comes up with a blue screen with a red lock displayed in the top left hand corner of the screen. I have tried pressing all the buttons an the remote but cannot get rid of the blue screen. As I turn the television off, the TV flashes onto a normal channel for a moment, then turns off. We have not set a parental lock code on the TV and cannot get the TV to prompt us for a code so we could try 0000 as a default.

Appreciate any advice you can provide

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  • Mareka Oct 14, 2008

    When I turn my TV (Nu-tec NTV2131 51 cm) on, it comes up with a blue screen with a red lock displayed in the top left hand corner of the screen.

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Press the 'display' button for 5 seconds

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