I did the "squeeze trick" last night on my RCA MM52110 via the service menu. This is how I did it:
Press and hold the menu button on the set. While holding the menu button press and release the power button and then press and release the volume up button. You should see "PO" and "VO" (you may also see the firmware version) At this point use the volume up button to change the "VO" value to "V76" (this is the password) Thats its your in!
On a side note I changed "P7" to "V19" (29 default) "P10" to "V5" (3 default) and "P11" to "V7" (32 default) to get the squezze mode I was looking for... Over all it looks really good... Hope this helps...
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