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How to bypass the parking brake switch for an 06 jensen VM9411

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  • donald mccolm Mar 14, 2009

    good advise hope it works

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Here is the solution

1/ insert the dvd movie
2/After the disc loads and plays you will seea blue screen telling you "it is unlawful to drive with a movie bla bla bla"
3/Activate the brake sequence and disable the blue screen using the hand brake,the switch method or anything else to give the unit its 3 pulses to disable that freakin blue scrreen.
4/Next,on the main remote press stop twice,then 1,2,6,4.
5/You will now see a hidden menu that says.

Region Code
Brake Override(I know you are droling by now)
Macrovision(Watch all the burned and pirates you want if this option is off)
Loader Version
Model Version

6/Using the right joystick on the unit,navigate to the options of your choice,click on them to toggle
on ,off or witch region code you want.
7/This is what you want.

Region code 1
Brake override ON
Macrovision OFF

When your done,click SYS SETUP on the remote TWICE to save the settings and vingo.

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