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The disc tray does not eject when the OPEN/CLOSE button is pressed.
Follow the steps below to troubleshoot this issue. IMPORTANT: The
disc tray will not open while a disc is loading; this is normal
operation. If this is the case, wait until the disc is finished loading
before pressing the OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc tray.
Make sure the disc tray is not locked; if necessary,
Perform a power reset.
Press and hold the POWER button for 10 seconds until the BD player turns off.
After the BD player turns off, press the POWER button again to turn it back on.
Attempt to open the disc tray by pressing the OPEN/CLOSE button on the front of the BD player.
If the disc tray still does not open and a disc is stuck inside, follow the steps below to force the disc tray to eject:
Turn off the BD player.
Turn the BD player back on.
Immediately after POWER ON is displayed, press the STOP button on the front of the player. IMPORTANT: Only use the STOP button on the front of the BD player. The remote control cannot be used for this operation. NOTES:
The disc tray should eject and the BD player will turn off. If it does not eject, repeat steps A-C.
It may be necessary to press the STOP button in step C two or three times.
If the issue is still unresolved, service may be required
To make your BD player you need One for all universal remote control
Full procedure for a oneforall remote is as follows:
1. Press DVD 2. Hold the magic button until the DVD button flashes twice. 3. Press 0533
4. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice. 5. Press 994 6. Press Magic Key (don't hold) 7. Press 00189 (if your oneforall remote uses 4 digit or 3 digit codes, use less leading zeros) 8. Press 1 ( this sets it to key 1 - it flashes twice )
9. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice. 10. Press 994 11. Press Magic Key (don't hold) 12. Press 00255 13. Press 2 ( this sets it to key 2 - it flashes twice )
14. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice. 15. Press 994 16. Press Magic Key (don't hold) 17. Press 00095 18. Press 3 ( this sets it to key 3 - it flashes twice )
19. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice. 20. Press 994 21. Press Magic Key (don't hold) 22. Press 00221 23. Press 4 ( this sets it to key 4 - it flashes twice )
24. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice. 25. Press 994 26. Press Magic Key (don't hold) 27. Press 00079 28. Press 5 ( this sets it to key 5 - it flashes twice )
The remote is now programmed and ready to use, to make the BDV-E370 region free:
1. Use the remote that came with the player to bring the player out of standby, make sure there isn't a disc in it. 2. Press 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 on the oneforall remote. The 24p light will start flashing. (Centre light) 3. Put the player back into standby with the Sony remote. 4. Hard reboot machine (remove power)to prevent the 24p light flashing indefinitely. 5. Next time you turn on the player it will be region free for DVD playback. ok
When I was with Samsung NZ, the following was how we multizoned our DVD (Region 4) players:
1. Turn on your player, but ensure no disc in machine - screen should show "No Disc"
2. Turn on your TV and select your DVD input (as if you were to watch your DVD).
Using your factory supplied remote, press the following buttons:
3. Press the Repeat (or Repeat A-B) button 4. Press the following button sequence: 7, 6, 8, 8, 4, 9 (you should see the number '9' appear on screen - this means 'Region Free'). 5. Press the Open/Close button (to open the tray) 6. Press the Open/Close button again (to close the tray) 7. Press Power OFF (to shut down your DVD player) 8. Press Power ON (to turn on your DVD player)
9. Insert Region 2 disc and wait (up to 1min) for firmware to respond and read your disc
If this fails, try procedure again, except for Step 4: change the last number (instead of 9) to '2'.
Let me know how you get on.
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1. Power ON the main unit (some unlocks work with, some with no disc inside) 2. Press the SETUP button (on the top of the player) to open the setup menu 3. Navigate to the PREFER menu using the button below the screen 4. Press NEXT>, PREVIOUS, NEXT>, PREVIOUS, NEXT>, NEXT>, aPREVIOUS
(NEXT> and PREVIOUS are on the top of the player next to the SETUP button. Don't use the menu navigation buttons below the screen for this.)
5. The current Region of the player should be displayed on the screen
6. Use the menu navigation UP/DOWN buttons (below the screen) to change the region. Region 0 is region-free.
7. Press PLAY/OK (below the screen) to confirm the region selection
The player should now be unlocked and able to play discs from all regions - it worked on my PD9012/37 that was region 1
Please note: Unlocking a DVD player may invalidate the warranty and some DVD players have been damaged through failed attempts to unlock them. Unlocking the DVD player is attempted at your own risk.
The problem is not the disc itself but your DVD player. If other discs still play in English, and it is just this one disc that plays in Spanish, then your player is using some sort of stored setting to recognize your preference for spanish on that particular disc.
Forgive me if you've already done this, but try turning unplugging the DVD player for a period of ten seconds or so, and then plug it back in. If there is a reset button, press it. See if the disc still plays in Spanish after that.
If so, you may need to navigate the DVD menu of the offending CD to turn off the language setting your daughter selected. If you don't speak Spanish, try navigating to the language settings on one of the other discs with the English menus. Memorize how you got there, and take the same path through the Spanish language menu. Return the language setting to English, and exit.
Hope this helps.
I just unlock mine PD7012/37 today, I think you can use de same sequence: 1- Power on without dvd; 2- In SKIP button, right side of SETUP, press "RIGHT", "LEFT", "RIGHT", "LEFT", "RIGHT", "RIGHT", "LET"; 3- Will appear a menu, go to REGION using "UP" navigate button, and press OK, select "TEST 0" using navigate button and press OK. 4- Press STOP; 5- Enjoy.
1. Turn on player (with Standby button on player), without any disc in the drawer
2. When "No Disc" appears on screen, open the tray (I used the button on the player, don't know if that matters)
3. Press 0, 0, 8, 6, 0, 0, 0 on the remote, then press "Select" on the remote (the last number is the region setting - 0 for multiregion, other numbers for that specific region) - a 0 should appear on the screen
4. Turn player off (without closing tray first) using the button on the player.
Now when you turn on the player, it will be multiregion.