Question about Pioneer Televison & Video
If you have power at the outlet and the fuse is not blown, then most likely you have a blown component in the power supply for the unit. Without a schematic, it would be hard to isolate it to a single component. Take a good look for any damaged components or solder points, and then decide if you want to attempt to repair what you find.
The other choice is to take it to an electronics repair facility.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Converting the player to Multi-Region:
Requires the use of a Palm Pilot w/Palm OS 3.0 or later and the OmniRemote Pro from http://www.pacificneotek.com/
(Other PDAs using Palm OS and compatible with the OmniRemote Pro from http://www.pacificneotek.com/ can also be used).
1. Program the Palm Pilot/OmniRemote. For instructions on programming the Palm Pilot/OmniRemote click How to Program the Palm Pilot.
2. Power on the DVD player without any DVD in the tray.
3. Keep the programmed Palm Pilot close to the IR port of the DVD player.
4. Start the OmniRemote program.
5. Place OmniRemote in TV mode and tap the "0" button on the OmniRemote.
6. The DVD player will power off.
7. Power the DVD player on again. Check the Region-free status by playing a DVD.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
Dear friends in problem solving.
My husband actually solved this problem by writing in the browser: Manual for Pioneer DV-410V DVD player.
That was available online and there it said that not all formats was supported by the USB port, so we tried to load a movie on a pen drive, insert it in the player and it opened and we just clicked play, so it was actually an issue of having an incompatible video file on the pen drive that made it not open in the first place.
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Posted on Dec 09, 2008
I found the following Multizone Instructions for Teac DV-4180:
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
6 in 1 Pre Programmed Remote Control DVD Pioneer codes:
0175 0185 0665
To have a look at the universal code lists for other products, visit:
(Skandia remote support site)
It is the closest I could get. Not sure if it will help at all. Give it a try.
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