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Where did u bought this DVD player?US,Canada,and Mexico?The DVD disc. used NTSC region format.Asia,Europe,Africa,and the Middle East.The DVD disc. used PAL region format.They can't be mix or it will not play as u find out.If u move in and out to another region of the world.U must have a regions free DVD player to play either NTSC or PAL regions.

Philips DVP5140... | Answered on Jul 04, 2019


Hi there,

Regarding my problem well it look me a while but I got there in the end. What I had to do was type in a password which is in the manual at the back 136900 & after that the DVD worked. The only slight problem I have though now is that when I do wana watch a region 1 DVD its asking for that password everytime I put one on, as long as it works all the time I should be ok.

Thanks.

Philips DVP5140... | Answered on May 05, 2016


Sounds like there is a short in your AV cable. Move the video cable (marked with the yellow ends on it) and see it the color changes or use different set of av cables.

Philips DVP5140... | Answered on Dec 29, 2015


try 12434 12205 12084 12056 11506 11389 11354 11340 11267 10675 10646 10539 10503

Philips DVP5140... | Answered on Jan 17, 2014


Got this one from the AWA tech - it worked for me

Turn Off Player
Turn On Player
Tray Should be closed
Using the remote choose 'Setup'
Using the Left/Right Arrow Key select The 'Preferences' Tab
Key in 8737
You should see a Box with the current Region Code
Use the Down Arrow key to change it to 0 (assuming you want region free) or select another number for a specific region
Hit enter (the play key) to exit this menu
Turn player off
Turn player on
load Disc

regards

Philips DVP5140... | Answered on Apr 05, 2013


unplug 1st ! Open the unit.. look inside see if there is a nickel size battery in a clip on the ckt board. if you can, remove it and take the battery to radio shack to match it to a new one. put it back the same way you took the old one out. If you unit has a soldered in battery you will have to take the unit (if you can't solder) to a electronics repair shop. they should be able to fix you up for maybe $39 or so plus the cost of the battery.

Philips DVP5140... | Answered on Jan 13, 2012


136900 is the password for Philips DVD players

Philips DVP5140... | Answered on Dec 18, 2011


If you get any power lights, or LCD display, then it is possible that the main processoer could be locked up do to a small power supply. If nothing works, then check for a blown fuse on power supply , or a bad power supply.

Philips DVP5140... | Answered on Oct 12, 2011

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