Last Updated on January 14, 2023 by Louis Ojibe
In this guide, you’ll learn how to reset a Hisense Roku TV with and without a remote.
Most of the issues you might encounter with your Hisense Roku TV can be resolved by resetting it to its factory settings.
You can reset your Hisense Roku TV by going to the settings menu of your TV using your remote, or you can use the physical reset button located on the back or bottom of your TV. Alternatively, you can choose to perform a soft reset, which, unlike the factory resetting options, doesn’t erase your data but reboots your system.
In the sections below, I’ll be going into detail on how to perform each of these resets on your TV.
How to Reset a Hisense Roku TV With a Remote
Follow the steps below to reset your Hisense Roku TV with your remote.
- First, while the TV is powered on, click the HOME button on your remote.
- Next, select “Settings” from the menu and select the “System” option.
- Scroll down and select the “Advanced System Settings” option.
- Finally, select the “Factory Reset” option and then choose your preferred reset option and follow the on-screen instructions. The two options are “Reset TV audio/picture settings” and “Factory Reset Everything.”
If you’d like to only reset changes made to your TV’s picture and audio settings to default, then you should choose the first option, which is “Reset TV audio/picture settings.” The second option will reset all the data and settings on your TV to their factory defaults.
That’s all. After you choose your preferred reset option, your TV will restart and then display the initial setup screen.
How to Reset a Hisense Roku TV Without a Remote
If you can’t find your remote, you can still factory reset your Hisense Roku TV by using the physical reset button found on your TV.
This reset button can be either tactile or a pinhole design located either on the back left, right, or even underneath your Hisense Roku TV depending on your model. You can confirm the exact location of your TV’s reset button from your manual.
Follow the steps below to reset your Hisense Roku TV without the remote.
Once you find the reset button, press and hold the button firmly for 20 seconds. If your reset button is a pinhole, you can use a paperclip or any other straight object.
This process will fully reset your TV, and it should restart in the same state as a factory-new device with a setup screen.
How to Soft Reset a Hisense Roku TV
This option is an alternative to the factory reset option that wipes all your data and settings.
This means that the soft reset option will not erase any of your installed apps, and nothing will be lost, but your TV will be rebooted.
Follow the steps below to soft reset your Hisense Roku TV.
- First, press the HOME button on your remote to open the menu screen.
- Next, wait for about 2-3 seconds and then press the following combinations on your remote. Press the HOME button 5 times, the UP button 1 time, the REWIND button 2 times, the FAST FORWARD button 2 times.
- You’ll notice your Hisense Roku TV screen freeze for a minute before the TV eventually shuts off and then turns back on again.
That’s all. You have now successfully performed a soft reset. For this option to work, the buttons need to be pressed in that order non-stop.
When should you reset a Hisense Roku TV?
There are different reasons to reset a TV, like when you’re experiencing issues after an update, the TV keeps disconnecting or restarting, or if you bought the TV used from someone.
A reset basically restores all factory settings, so it is a good idea to use it to fix some issues with the TV.
If you bought the TV used without a manual, you can check the back of your TV for its exact model number.
You can get the manuals for all Hisense Roku TV models sorted by year from the Hisense Support page.
At this point, you now know how to reset a Hisense Roku TV with or without a remote.
If you are experiencing other issues like having a black screen on Roku TV, lagging, color, or sound, a reset should fix this problem.
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