Question about RCA B27TF680 27 in. TV/VCR/DVD Combo
I have an RCA DVD/TV/VCR combo. I have been using and playing DVD for 6 years with no problems. I was out of the country and bought some DVD's. Since I am back, the American DVD's will not play, but for some reason the ones I bought overseas do play. If the combo player is region one, you would think it would not play the overseas DVD's. Could having put the overseas DVD in the player have caused some change in the coding? If so, how do I change the coding back to 1 if this is the problem? Tim
No the coding would not change from using the dvd's from overseas. the ones that you say are american may not be american and that is most likley the problem. try putting in a dvd that you have had for a long time that you bought here in the states and if that works then the dvds you say are american are the problem.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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