Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may want to copy and paste this into notepad or another writer program, save it and print it so you have it in hand and have read and understand the sequences as they are rather involved for your player.
This is from VideoHelp.com
Turn on TV and player, press home key on player remote; in setup, scroll down to the padlock icon (when you get to the "padlock" option on your remote, leave it there, don't go to the menu to the right which has three options--rating, password, area code. Leave it on "lock", press 0000000 and you will be region free.
That's seven zeros.
If the above sequence doesn't work try this other process below.
Press the HOME button on the remote, go to Setup and select Start. From the TV options go to TV Aspect and highlight the 16:9 Wide option (must be 16:9 0ption). Now enter 1397139 using the number keys to access the system configuration information.
To change the values of these options hit the ENTER button and then use the left/right arrow keys to select OPTION 5. Change it's current value to ff using the up/down keys. Now power off with the remote and then power back on. Your recorder should now be region free. To check go back into the system configuration information where Region Code should now be 0
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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