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PL-D2000 DVD Home theater System

Hi. I have a technical problem with my Teac DVD player. The model number is: PL-D2000 DVD Home theater System. It plays CD's fine but when I put a DVD in it comes up with the following error message: "bad disc" I have tried several DVD's and they all look alright but I get the same result. I hope you can help.

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2007

    I have the same problem. "Bad disk" when I try to to put one DVD disk, but musik CD "OK".

    Lucy

  • huesos5 Dec 12, 2007

    hi my unit is a teac pl-d2000 at first start to having trouble to read dvds and maked a pop sound trough speaker when it was able to read dvd and now

    It plays everything except dvd i have it with region code 0 (free region code) but even if i try with any other region still not playing dvd i apreciate any help thanks

  • RSmith4567 Dec 29, 2007

    I did the reset region solution, but still get BADDISK when loading a DVD. CD's work fine...

  • Aidso Jan 06, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem - DVD's that work fine on other players come up as "bad disc" even after I'd tried the solution offered on this site. Does anyone else notice the unhealthy whirring sound as tghe DVD tries to play before "bad disc" comes up? Is there a solution or is it time to send the Teac to the dump?! Aidso

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Comments: To set Region code to 0 on a Teac PL-D2000 DVD System to enable play of any region Ensure TV monitor is on so and set to display DVD. 1. Turn system completely off. 2. Turn on system. 3. Open tray. 4. Using remote press and hold the return button. 5. While holding the RETURN button, press and hold the DISPLAY button. 6. You will see something like this displayed on screen: VER 1006 TE 3210 7. Release DISPLAY and RETURN buttons simultaneously. 8. Press the ANGLE button. You will see WRITING REGION ID displayed. You can now play DVDs from any region. 0

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Turn on the player for about an hour untill it heats up and then play the disc. Most probably it will work. If not you will have to replace the lens or card.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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To set Region code to 0 on a Teac PL-D2000 DVD System to enable play of any region
Ensure TV monitor is on so and set to display DVD.
1. Turn system completely off.
2. Turn on system.
3. Open tray.
4. Using remote press and hold the return button.
5. While holding the RETURN button, press and hold the DISPLAY button.
6. You will see something like this displayed on screen: VER 1006 TE 3210
7. Release DISPLAY and RETURN buttons simultaneously.
8. Press the ANGLE button. You will see WRITING REGION ID displayed.
You can now play DVDs from any region.

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