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Hi,
Please clean the lens then retry to load the disc. Replace the lens if still fail to work

Toshiba SD-1700... | Answered on Jan 10, 2011


your dvd are not recognized your cd

Toshiba SD-1700... | Answered on Nov 12, 2009


you may want to check the reading eye.

Toshiba SD-1700... | Answered on Jun 07, 2009


The site I have used for the last few years is called VideoHelp.com, and they have a section of the site dedicated to DVD HACKS . It's a simple search engine, just take down the name and model# of your DVD player and if a hack exists (there are thousands out there) then just print out the instructions, take your remote control and program your DVD player. And there you have it. You can now play disks from Japan, England, Australia, anywhere you want!
Here's the best part.
You don't need an expensive player. In fact, the easiest players to unlock are at the cheaper end. I bought a Phillips DVD player (DVP642) for $40 from BestBuy a few years ago, unlocked it in 10 seconds and watched a bunch of British comedy the same day. Yesterday, I upgraded that player to a DVD player with HD capability for the impending HDTV we'll need to buy. I checked out VideoHelp for players on the BestBuy website that had a remote hack available and found this one - a Samsung Progressive-Scan DVD Player with HD Upconversion - Model: DVD-HD860 . It was $89.99 (on sale from $99.99) and then I used the following region hack:
  1. Power on
  2. Open tray
  3. Push the info on remote once (with supplied remote) You will see numbers.
  4. Press 9 for multi-region. keep trying until you see the number 9 appear in upper left corner
  5. Power off
  6. Power on
That was it. A nice new upconvert DVD player that plays any DVD, and it got a great rating on CNET too. All for less than $100 including tax. So, if you do have a DVD player that you'd like to convert, you can try it. The site does WARN that any action you take may invalidate the warranty, so try it at your own risk. All I can say is that I've never had a problem. Best of luck.

Toshiba SD-1700... | Answered on Jan 29, 2009


I plug headet in the service use only of my TV toshiba model 24HV1OE and something went wrong .what should I do to fix it?
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Toshiba... | Answered on May 18, 2019


Hi Daren, it's a very strange fault, the one you mention
I sent you a link that talks about a similar failure on a Toshiba TV
I hope it will help you and you can solve the problem
But I suggest you look for a specialized technical service
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Daren, es una falla muy extra?a, la que comentas
Te envio un link que habla de una falla parecida en un televisor Toshiba
Espero te sirva y puedas resolver el problema
Sino te sugiero busques un servico tecnico especializado
Saludos Franco Dosil

Toshiba... | Answered on May 16, 2019


If the current firmware in your blu-ray player supports multi region then try this.

1. Power on the blu-ray player.
2. Press "Setup" on the remote to enter Setup Menu.
3. Using the remote, enter "8520". A new submenu will appear.
4. Set DVD region code to "0" for DVD Multi Region.
5. Set BD region code as required using the remote buttons.
"1" = Region A, "2" = Region B, "4" = Region C
6. Press "Setup" button to exit the menu.

If this does not work then try upgrading the bluray firmware.
Search for Toshiba BDX2150 firmware and see if there is a newer firmware than the one you have installed.

Toshiba... | Answered on May 14, 2019


hi Cheryl.
Press the "MENU" button, select Prefer, highlight Parental Control and press the right arrow key or menu button to enter the PIN code entry screen. 0000 is the default password. When the correct PIN # is entered the Parental Control Menu opens and you can change your settings and PIN code here.
Changing the TV password
or read up some more at this manual.
Toshiba 19L4200U User Manual Forgotten Pin Code Changing Or Deleting Your...
or this one.
4 digit pin code for toshiba tv Google Search

Toshiba... | Answered on May 12, 2019


Hi Roy, I can not find the service manual for this TV,
Is it an overhead TV? if so, it would seem that it is out of alignment of the LCD cells
Try disconnecting all the TV's devices and see if the same happens when you put the menu?
It does not seem, a problem of interference, so it is observed in the photo
I await your comment
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Roy ,no encuentro el manual de servicio de este televisor,
Es un TV retroproyector? si es as?, parecer?a que esta fuera de alineaci?n de las celdas LCD
Probo desconectar, todos los aparatos del televisor y ver si ocurre lo mismo cuando pone el men??
No parece, un problema de interferencia, por lo se observa en la foto
Espero su comentario
Saludos Franco Dosil

Toshiba... | Answered on May 11, 2019

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