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    Service Diagnostics Menu

    Anyone knows what's hidden here? Couldn't find out the code so far...



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    try 42

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    Quote Originally Posted by EV_de View Post
    try 42
    Could it be?

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    yes , because 21_is_only_half_the_truth

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    try 42

    Could it be?
    TM isn't that nerdy

    Anyone else got access?
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    It's not likely to be 42 but only because it's too short.

    Quote Originally Posted by suxxer View Post
    TM isn't that nerdy
    You're talking about a company whose CEO sent a wheel of cheese into space? Underestimate their nerdiness at your peril!

    P.S. At risk of being banned forever from the forum, my guess is 55378008, which is the "punchline" of an elaborate Dolly Parton joke told using a cheap calculator. Ahem.
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    710 707 would be more appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEG View Post
    710 707 would be more appropriate.
    Ah, yes... I like it!
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    I refuse to tell what I did in my previous life but here's the logic to crack a code number:

    This type of pad suggests a 4-digit code.
    The "0" is almost never used (unless as an "enter" key at the end of a 5-digit code).
    The first number is more often than not one of the top two corners; 1 or 3. Using the roman alphabet most of us start as we would start writing, at the top left. So a better than 50% chance that 1 is the first digit.
    The second number is most likely one of the bottom two corners; 7 or 9. We like to think that we choose random patterns for these things but our mind tells us to create memorable patterns and again, there is a tendency to go left. Recommend trying 7 as the second digit.
    Now our need for randomness sends us back to the top, trying to get as far away as possible from the first two digits. Try 3 as the third digit.
    Finally, totally ignoring the chaotic process needed for a truly secure code number we realize that no number has been chosen from the center row or the center column so we choose 5 as the final digit.

    Try "1735" and send me a case of good Weissbier if it's correct...

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    Try 8752 (TSLA)
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