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HelloThe remote controls for Yamaha are very difficult to get from open electronic spare part market; and is very difficult to synchronise with other universal remote controls. Even though it can be synchronised with any universal remote controls, all functions will not work properly.So it is best to get an orginal one. Contact the Authorised Service Center for Yamaha at your town. They can provide you the orginal one. The cost will be a little bit more, but original is original. OK.
first, take a note of your dvd's brand and model, then go to a specialized remote controller shop. if you don' want to have lots or remote controllers, i would recommend that you should buy an universal remote controller. google for specialized shops nearby your location. certainly ther'll be a eletronics store that can offer what you want, if not, try looking at a authorized tech support to fix your broken controller (if not lost).
This worked last time I tried it. As with all region hacks you must first ensure that the remote has fresh batteries inside.
1. Switch the DVD S1800 on using either the remote or the front panel button.
2. Open the disc loading drawer and leave it open
3. Using the remote control press the "Clear" button. 4. Use the remote keypad to type in "2580". 5. Now press "Subtitle" on the remote.
6. Close the disc loading drawer.
7. Wait until the player has finished the loading cycle
8. Switch the device off using either the remote or the front panel switch.
When you turn the player back on it should be a region 0 (i.e. multi-region) player.
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This is not a shocking price, by the time it is removed, re-fitted and alligned. The Laser might be $300 cost tohe repairer. Best you take the player back to the point of sale, chat with a salesman and twist his / her arm for a sharp price on a new replacement machine.
Is $12 too much for a brand new remote with battery included?
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