but still calling a technician will be better option as he will do it properly and it will be safe.
if some thing pressed wrong to unlock the device the device could be corrupted for ever.so be careful.
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Re: unlock my dvd player
Power Up the unit with NO Disc in the tray. Open the tray Press the SETUP Button on the remote control Navigate to the PREFERENCES page using the Right Arrow Key Press the DOWN ARROW one time to select Press the 1 button on your remote control Press the 3 button on your remote control Press the 8 button on your remote control Press the 9 button on your remote control Press the 3 button on your remote control Press the 1 button on your remote control The current Region Code Setting will display Use the UP/DOWN Arrow Keys to select the region required or '0' for All Regions Press the PLAY Button on the remote control I bought mine tonight. The above procedure works perfectly. It is now set to 0, and I confirmed via firmware version page. Cheers!
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Here's what's going on with that unit. The DVP3340 records on the vcr side only, not the dvd side. To record on the VCR side, you would have to plug a red, white, and yellow plug from the red, white, and yellow OUT of your cable box to the red, white, and yellow VCR IN of the Philips. The manual, as far as I can see, only shows hookups for playback, not for recording. Good luck!
If using 3 color RCA (r/w/y) the red and white is audio and should go into your stereo under video or AUX. The yellow is the only video cable you need, that should go to your TV aux in or video1 or video2. You can also put all 3 colors into the tv and then run another red/white OUT to the stereo AUX in and have stereo sound for whatever you are watching.
Well fbyrd95 goodluck. I have checked out the pages they offer for help. You will need to purchase a cable/satellite box to get the channels routed through the vcr. I received one of these for christmas. It is the sorriest excuse for a vcr/dvd combo I have ever seen. If this is bought as a dvd/vcr combo then I would assume that vcr means that it will record. I do not have the receipt or it would be returned. I will never purchase a philips product.