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Hi all,
I need to reset the above two to factory settings, but I've mislaid the instructions for the language change that the Lenz dealer gave me for the LZV200 and I can't find any for the LH101. I'd appreciate it if anyone could help me with this.



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Prof Google threw up this idea amongst others in response to searching "language change LENZ", always a good first port of call. Add it to your supply of useful resources.

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Thanks Colin. I googled various questions and even ended up on the A&H site, but didn't see the one you sent me.

The reason I want this is because I think that either the LZV200 or the LH101 has corrupted a couple of decoders that I fitted to my two Hornby A1X's. Probably not, but worth a try to possibly avoid the need to send them back to England.



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peterm wrote: ...
The reason I want this is because I think that either the LZV200 or the LH101 has corrupted a couple of decoders that I fitted to my two Hornby A1X's. ....

Gott im Himmel!



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