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Nexxtech N600 D wrong regional code

After I put a DVD in and it lods, I get an error that says 'wrong regional disc.'  I've been using this player for a while and had no problems.  This is all of a sudden.  Is there anything I can do to fix this?  Thanks!

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I have nexxt tech dvd 161-1000, I have the same prblem " Wrong Disc", I cleaned the lense, still same...Pls advice

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