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Won't play Region 0 and NTSC dvds anymore

I have a Toshsba SD-44HKSE Home Cinema System which is very similar to this model. I have to unplug the cables so I could move it to a different location in the house and it won't play any Region 0 and NTSC dvds anymore. I've hooked up the video, audio and the other cables correctly but it still won't work. I think it has something to do with the Dvd Player settings. The sound comes through but there is just a black screen. I think it might have something to do with the Area Code of Parental Rating. I've tried to remove the Parental Rating and change the Area Code but it does nothing. Please help! It's my son's wrestling Dvds that don't play and he's not too pleased.

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Do you have the output video type set correctly?

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