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I just unlock mine PD7012/37 today, I think you can use de same sequence: 1- Power on without dvd; 2- In SKIP button, right side of SETUP, press "RIGHT", "LEFT", "RIGHT", "LEFT", "RIGHT", "RIGHT", "LET"; 3- Will appear a menu, go to REGION using "UP" navigate button, and press OK, select "TEST 0" using navigate button and press OK. 4- Press STOP; 5- Enjoy.
On fornt of the player you have the buttons for opreation.You can use these buttons to operate your DVD player with out remote.
I have attached a image for your BD-P1600 player so your reference
1.DISC TRAY :Opens to accept a disc. 2.DISPLAY :Displays the playing status, time, etc. 3.Remote Control Sensor :Detects signals from the remote control. 4.OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON :Opens and closes the disc tray. 5.SEARCH/SKIP BUTTONS :Goes to the next title/chapter/track or goes back to the previous title/chapter/track. 6.STOP BUTTON :Stops disc playback. 7.PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON: Plays a disc or pauses playback. 8.POWER BUTTON :Turns the Blu-ray Disc Player on and off. 9.USB HOST:A USB memory flash stick can be connected here and used as storage when connected to BD-LIVE. It can also be used for firmware upgrades and MP3/JPEG playback.
Your PS2 laser is wearing out. When the laser starts to go, first games will skip... then eventually the PS2 will stop reading DVDs altogether. If you keep using it to read CDs, it will eventually stop reading those too and the laser will die altogether. Here's a website that will help you identify your PS2 model, show you how to replace the laser, and they sell parts and do repairs too http://store.richspsxparts.com/slps2direerl.html
1) The tray is not completely in the loaded position and the "clamper" is rubbing. Replace the loading belt and the loading sequence will complete and the noise should stop.
2) The "CD table" that is part of the spindle motor assembly has slipped a bit. This will make the CD/DVD ride too low and strike the lower tray support. This will require that the table be "re-aligned" to the proper height which may not be possible on your model without special measurement equipment. The height is critical to proper operation of the unit.
Try replacing the load belt first and report your results.
Our started doing the same thing about a week after the warranty ran out. It has to do with the alignment of the discs being loaded. here's a work-around that works for us: Open the tray Choose which disc you are going to watch and use the Change Disc button to push the selected disc to the back (ie, if you want to view Disc 1, discs 3 and 4 will be visible in the tray). Look down the center holes of discs 3 and 4... manually move your tray left-or-right to align the holes with the tray. Push the Direct Play button on the top right of the unit for your disc of choice (Disc 1 using the example above).
hope that helps... I've searched for a while and played around with the unit (with and without the cover on) trying to figure out a way to re-align the tray, but no luck.
Your DVD player is having a problem reading the disc. This is what is accounting for the pausing and the slow loading times...especially if it plays other movies without hitches. Even if the DVD is cleaned, some scratching on the disc will prevent it from being viewed properly. Blockbuster shoudl give you another disc to try of the same movie if you ask. Also, you can try getting a cleaner for your DVD player to remove dust and help it read discs better.