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Although this is not an answer to the problem, it may help us find one. I have some of the same problems with my player just spinning trying to look for the DVD or it will say bad disc. Sometimes it will start playing and just skip a lot. I think the problem is with the drive motor that spins the DVD. I have opened my player and "jimmy'ed" the door actuator and then spun the disc with my finger. It starts to play fine. I am on the path of looking for a replacement motor or someone to repair it.
I had same problem, took the back cover off. two scews that are right were the ribbon connects to the read head I believe are potentiometers adjusted with eyeglass screw driver a couple attempts it worked. I also disconnected the plug for external battery and left unpluged since I don't use battery
You can sometimes find discs on the internet for failry cheap that changes the region of the disc before the disc loads. So you might try and find a "region changer disc" on the net.
Otherwise, lots of times, once a players region has been changed more than once or twice it will not allow another.
If you have already changed it back to region 2 and it is still not working, you might have a bad dvd player now.
Hate to be the barer of bad news.