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Can't play region 1 dvd

I bought 4 dvd's from US + Canada via amazon.com but did not know about them being REGION 1codes & would not play on my SamsungHD- Q9 or Wharfedale DVD 800 DIVX players which are both REGION 2
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You Should Be Able To Unlock The Region On The Samsung By Doing This
1. power on
2. the tray with no disc
3. press "enter" on the RC
4. then press 84269
5. press "enter"
6. the dvd player will turn off



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