Question about Televison & Video
Require regional codes please
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the audio cable from the DVD drive may be loose or damaged. Did you wall mount the TV and this is when the problem started or has it always been like this? If its under warranty, contact the helpline on 0871 2000 463, be warned, if its becuase the cable is damaged by a wall mounting screw, its clearly evident and they will charge for repair.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
1) Power on player with no disc in tray
2) Press PAUSE
3) Key in 314159
5) For multi-region, select 0
6) Press PAUSE again
7) Power off player
8) Wait a minute turn it on.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2009
Typically it is rare to find a region hack for a TV with built in DVD player. I have searched my sources including private websites to look for a solution. There was only one that was "Close" to the model number you have. Your best bet would be to try this procedure, basically this is your only hope unless you contact someone at Bush and get them to let you in on there secrets.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
I just did this myself so i know it works.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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DVD region codes are a digital-rights management technique designed to allow film distributors to control aspects of a release, including content, release date, and price, according to the region.DVD video discs may be encoded with a region code restricting the area of the world in which they can be played.
The American DVD Copy Control Association in California requires that DVD-player manufacturers incorporate the regional-playback control (RPC) system - according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, an Australian government agency.
There are six different official regions and two informal variations. DVDs may use one code, a combination of codes (Multi-Region), most codes (Region 0) or every code/no codes (Region All). The commercial DVD player specification requires that a player to be sold in a given place not play discs encoded for a different region; however, region-free DVD players are also commercially available. In addition, many DVD players can be modified to be region-free, allowing playback of all discs.
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