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HOW DO I MAKE MY DVD PLAY ALL REGIONS

IT USE TO PLAY ALL REGIONS BUT NOE IT IS NOT PLAYING ALL DVD'S INCLUDING ORIGINALS. FRUSTRATED PLEASE HELP.

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  • angelodj Apr 15, 2009

    i have tried this but no luck

    what can i do

    'i am living in australia

    it let me put in the 0 7 times but it doesnt seem to save it

    angelodj@bigpond.com.au

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I have done the following and it removed the Region Protection:

1 Press 'SETUP'
2 Scroll down to LOCK
3 Press '0' seven times
A message that confirms that the player is region free will appear on the screen!

This worked for me on my RH1999H

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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