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is 4 your home code region i know 0 is all in main settings sumware they shoudl show rgion free ok if ot dvd sdont surport it ok usally have to a buy a region free player to play all disk from all ove rthe world ok thx agian nick helpap
1. Remove any disks & Keep tray open. 2. Press the "Pause" button. 3. Key in "314159" 4. Press "0" when you see "Region code" on the display. 5. Press the "Pause" button. 6. Switch off the player. 7. Switch on again. It's now multi-region!
Turn on Player. Make sure the dvd is selected Open tray Type 0 (zero) three times Region Management test code will display enter 0 for all regions Press Pause to return Region free is now activated.
Using the remote control open tray
Press 0, 0, 0
Region selection will appear.
Select 0 for no region (ie. all regions)
Press pause button on remote control.
Turn Unit off and back on again.
It should now be region free.
Test your disk.
I picked up a LG DV276 DVD Player here in Australia but I am from the
United States so I own region 1 DVDs. I unlocked my new player by
instead 1. Open the tray. 2. Press 0 0 0 0 on the remote and a Menu
will appear. 3. Press 0 for region free. 4. Press pause and power off.
I can play everything now, Aussie and US DVDs. Thanks LJ66.