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Daenyx DVD player won't play PAL - Region 2 discs.

I have a Daenyx DV-833 DVD player that is supposed to play NTSC (region 1) and PAL (region 2) discs. It only plays NTSC and when I put a PAL disc in the player it tells me WRONG REGION. Can anyone tell me if there is something I can do to correct this problem.

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jessee007
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on these dvd players you can only change your regions 1 ,2 or 3 times and then they wont change any more. sorry I couldnt help

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

ladywinn
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there is no code.

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

ThaMp3Doctor
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Two issues: if it isn't playing Region 1 discs, then that particular player was designed for use outiside of the US. It is illegal to change the region code, so I would call Philips and get a replacement. But, if you want, there are YouTube videos that show you how to unlock the code - it can only be used 3 times and then it locks up permanently.

Second issue: if it won't play NTSC DVD's, go into the menu and take it off of PAL - if it is stuck on PAL, then that player was definitely designed for outside the US. Call Philips and get a replacement.

The PET940 is the general model number - afterwards is a country code - if it doesn't say PET940/17 or PET940/37, then it is a non-US player.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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Can,t be done with the one you have,

Posted on Nov 11, 2012

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