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Master Geek


# 41172 10-Sep-2009 17:27
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Had a problem with our stb a couple of months ago, had a tech come around who swapped it for another one. The problem is that we don't know what the pin is. I've tried what i thought it was on the old box with no luck, and all the default pin's i could think of with no success either. The manual that came with the original is also lost.

Any ideas on the pin? Tried the TCL website, no luck. Figured i'd ask here before i resorting to calling Customer Service.

It's not urgent, just annoying as you can't watch any r18 programming before 8:30pm.

Oh its an ADB with no s-video i think.

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  # 255062 11-Sep-2009 17:04
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0000. It can be easily reset so if that doesn't work just give Customer Care a call.

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  # 255732 14-Sep-2009 20:46
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Hi littlehead,
The default PIN on your ADB decoder is 1234.




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