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Unless the power supply is a multi-system* type, the unit will not work in Australia without major modifications to suit the mains voltage. The differences between USA and Australian voltages are significant. We use a higher voltage rating for appliances than America does, and appliances made for Australia operate at around 220-250V AC.
In order for it to function correctly and safely in Australia, the power supply would need major modification, which can prove expensive, and often impractical.
I'm sorry to say there is no easy answer to this one I'm afraid! Some JVC dvd players need unlocking from whatever region by the use of a plug-in unit which goes into the scart socket - I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE! I own a JVC unit which needs unlocking as well and I'm not getting very far.
My advice to you is this. Wait until you get to Australia (Region 4) and buy a multi-region player there or buy a basic DVD player in somewhere like Tesco and hack it before you move. It may be helpful to you if you check out this website: www.videohelp.com and look at the dvd player hacks section (makes/models) then you will know what player to buy.
Please be advised: not all players can be hacked via the remote control. I wish you luck with this problem and hope the move "Down Under" goes well. (:-)
Multi-Region: Switch player On and Open tray door Press Setup on the remote control Move menu selector down to Preferences and press Right arrow Press 2, 1, 2, 2, 2 and 5 Press Left Arrow Press Down Arrow Press 0 when the screen displays region code Press Setup to exit
this blue light comes because thiere is a manufacturing defact in the dvd and i suggest a personal one i think you should make a consumer case of selling a dvdddddddd full of headache - you dearest friend arnav,sydney,nsw,australia.