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Go to a website such as http://www.dvdhacks.co.uk/ to find DVD hack codes. The players will often be listed by the company name first and model number second. If you can't locate your DVD player on the website, type the model number and the company into a search engine to see if any other sites have the hack there.
I had this problem. I am aware that this thread is pretty old now but it may be useful for others who are looking forward solution. Try pressing the DVD AV OUT button on the remote, work on mine when I had a dim screen with no back light.
If you mean to play DVD’s that you may have purchased in another country the see below
For that you need to do a Google for "mymodel region free" or "region free hack"
Not all DVD players are capable of this often very simple modification that many manufacturers build into DVD player. (Usually just involves the remote control and a combination of keys)
Your search will turn up a lot of sharks that want money for the hack (fix)
There are a lot of sites where the information is free.
I am STILL (lauren) unsure of FIXYA's policy on this topic and am awaiting further clarification on the issue with regards to handing out these codes as this is not HACKING in the same sense as pirate software etc. it is just enabling an extra feature that the manufacturer provided. I would prefer not to get my @ss kicked. That is why I can only give you the search terms rather than site links or specific information