Question about Classic Electronics DVHE210 System
K...I went away on holidays for a few day and when I came back, my wife and I were going to watch a movie. I went to turn on my DVD Player and the front panel display said "Bad Disk". I had not even turned it on yet. So I turned it on and pushed the open tray button and got nothing. I turned it off and on again and still got nothing. I can change the function to "AV" & "Stereo", but as soon as I put it on "DVD", it does nothing. The load up screen doesn't even show anymore. Can someone help me out here. Or atleast tell me what I might be looking at for repair charges. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Grab the manual and the remote, my guess here is you have accidentally changed regional setting, depending on where you live.
Some remote controls have a button, it's simply a matter of identifying the said button and pressing it again to change your regional setting back to it's original.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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