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Decode region on dvd player

I need to decode my rca home theatre system since i have a lot of region 2 dvds that i would like to watch. i can't find the code to program it anywhere online. please help. it's a rca home theatre system model rtd 215

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Try 7385652500070000+INFO When You Put In A Movie Let Me Know If It Works.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

  • Michael Fisher
    Michael Fisher Jan 19, 2009

    Open the disc tray

    Press 9 6 8 8 # on the remote, # being the region code you want (0 for all

    zones).

    You should see on your TV : Region code be set to (#).


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