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LEXICON RT-20 REGION FREE CODE?

Hi there,

I have a Lexicon RT-20 DVD player that is Region 1 coded and can only play DVDs from the USA.

I am in Australia and unable to play any DVDs here because we are Region 4.

Would anyone know how to breek the code lock on the RT-20 so it is multiregion capable?

I kniw you can now buy these multiregion capable from Lexicon, so the player must somehow be able to be made multiregion capable also.

Thanks
Jon

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    I have a Lexicon RT-20 DVD player that is Region 1 coded and can only play DVDs from the USA.

    I am in HK and unable to play any DVDs here because we are Region 3.

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