Managing parental control on PANASONIC TX-65GX700E

How to activate and deactivate child lock on PANASONIC TX-65GX700E

Child blocking and protection, or parental control, is very useful to prevent your children from watching certain programs or accessing certain applications.

Parental control is an optional feature that is often available on high-end devices such as your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

However, it may be difficult to activate or deactivate this mode on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E. We will see here some methods that allow to set these parameters in less than 10 seconds.

If you know the lock code

If you have never set the child lock on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E before, the lock code is probably the factory default.

It’s likely to be “0000” or “9443”.

If you have already set the child lock, then you will have to enter the code set before.

To lock and unlock the child mode, go to the “Menu” of your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

You can access this through the same button on the remote control, or by pressing the Menu button once, located on the bottom or side of your TV.

Once there, go to the sub-menu “Broadcast” or “Configuration” of your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E, by pressing the Plus and minus keys of your remote control or of your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

You will be able to set various parameters such as:

  • The viewing time per session
  • The maximum viewing time per day
  • Unauthorized viewing hours
  • The type of programs allowed, such as cartoons: content filtering
  • Allowed applications
  • Monitoring children’s activity on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E

Choose questions instead of a PIN number

To change the child mode later, you can choose to use questions instead of a PIN code.

However, be careful not to ask too difficult questions, as you will have to remember them.

What should I do if I forgot the child safety password on PANASONIC TX-65GX700E

We have identified four methods to disable the child lock if the password is forgotten.

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1. Via the “Menu” of your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E

In this case, simply select the “Function” or “Menu” item on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

This will give you access to the control panel of your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

From there, go to the sub-menu “Broadcasting”, “Diffusion” or equivalent on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

You can access this submenu with the +/- program keys on your remote control, or directly using the buttons on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

In this submenu, move the cursor to “child lock”, then press the volume key +/- to change the setting.

You have consequently deactivated the child lock option.

2. The “brute force” method

With this method, you will have to press and hold the mute button on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E for a few seconds, or the button located on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E to turn on the display.

Then hold down the return button for a few seconds as well.

3. Use a universal password to unlock child mode

Go to the child lock menu of your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E, via your remote control or directly via the “Menu” buttons and then “Program more and less”.

Next, try a universal password like “0000” or “9443”.

If this doesn’t work, you can contact your dealer.

They will give you the universal password to unlock child mode.

4. Force the display of the desired channels from their PANASONIC TX-65GX700E

You can force the display for some channels on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

To do this, simply press and hold the channel number on your remote control.

The selected channel will then change to green, allowing you to watch it.

To conclude on parental control

As we have seen, parental control on your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E is very useful.

You can activate or deactivate it at any time, even without knowing the PIN code.

Giving parents the ability to block certain programs or applications is a basic feature of your PANASONIC TX-65GX700E.

This is made possible by V-chip technology, for example.

Removing the rough parts of computer games and blocking various websites that include adult images or swearings are, of course, part of these parental controls.

How do I turn off parental controls on my Panasonic TV?

– Press the MENU button on your remote.
– Select ‘TV Options’
– Select ‘Channel options’
– Select ‘Parental Controls’ and your preferred setting.

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How do I set parental controls on my TV?

To block content on your TV or projector, navigate to and select Settings, and then select Broadcasting.

Select Program Rating Lock Settings, and then enter the PIN (the default PIN is “0000”).

Turn on Program Rating Lock, select TV Rating or Movie Rating, and select a rating category to lock.

How to set up Parental control in your TV

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Can I lock YouTube on smart TV?

– Open your Smart TV and click on the ‘screen’ tab.
– On the main menu, click on the settings icon, available in the top right corner.
– Now, on the settings page, locate options that allow you to lock certain applications.

Select YouTube.
– After that, set a passcode, and you’re done.

How do I lock my Panasonic TV?

– Press the MENU button on your remote control.
– Select Setup.
– Select Child Lock.
– Enter your Child Lock PIN (default PIN: 0-0-0-0)
– Select Parental Rating.
– Choose the rating you wish to block.
– Press RETURN on your remote control to go back to Live TV.

How do I restrict YouTube access on my TV?

– Sign in to your account.
– From the Home screen, scroll to the Apps row.
– Select YouTube.
– Scroll and select Settings.
– Select Restricted Mode or Safety Mode.
– Select On or Off.

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How do I lock my smart TV?

– From the Android TV Home screen, scroll up and select Settings .

If you don’t see this option, scroll down.
– Scroll down to “Personal,” and select Security & Restrictions.

Create restricted profile.
– Set a PIN.
– Choose which apps the profile can use.
– When you’re done, on your remote, press Back.

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