What about contacting the seller and seeing if they remember the unlock code? Or, was that step implied and already done?
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The lock is a simple four digit numeric code based on numbers 1 through 6 and won't have a zero in it, so the possibilities are not endless. It would take at most a few hours to find the code manually. The question is - are a few hours worth $350? This "feature" is one of my few dislikes in the Casanova and Casablanca processors and Theta would do well to delete it in the future. Good luck!
I know that this might be a long dead tread but I have to give it a try anyway.
Bought a used Casa Nova and the previous owner password protected the setup. I got the override password from Theta but it doesn't seem to be working.
They sent me a five digit code but it doesn't unlock anything. It just goes back to the same blue screen.
Am I doing this wrong?
Sent Theta another mail but no answer so far.