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Coby DVD home theatre Model 938
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Phillips LX3600 Home Theatre
Power up the set and open tray in DVD mode.
Press <9999> follow by <X> buttons on the Remote control.
where x = numeric 1 to 6 denoting the regions below:
Then show your region on TV
1 = USA
2 = Europe
3 = Asia Pacific
4 = Australia, New Zealand, Latam
5 = Russia, India
6 = China
0 = Code Free
This is taken from the original service manual for the reciever
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
SOURCE: coby dvd player
Open the cabinet by removing all eight screws, locate the two screws holding down the top of the dvd drive and remove them. Slide back the plate and lift and you will be able to remove the disc from the drive.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
1. Remove disc from tray.
2. Switch off player and unplug from mains.
3. Wait 30 seconds, then reconnect mains.
4. Turn on player with remote. Wait for player to finish loading and display 'no disc'.
5. Press enter on remote. (There will be no on-screen response.)
6. Press 8, 4, 2, 6, 9 on the remote. (There will be no on-screen response.)
7. Press enter on the remote. Player will automatically shut off.
8. Turn player on.
9. turn off.
10. Turn player off then on again.
11. Player is now region-free.
My brother did this on his ht-z310 and other than I think maybe the traty not openin g when it said it worked fine and his player is now region free.
I got this btw from:
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: dvd home theatre system
Samsung HTS units have a heat protection mechanism.
Basically the unit shuts itself off to avoid overheating and further damage.
Reasons for this:
Unit's internal cooling fan may need to be replaced
The unit may be sitting on another device (cable box, etc)
The unit may not have adequate space at the back of it.
You can try:
Letting the unit stand alone. No device should be below it. Make sure it has adeuate space on its rear.
If those don't work the unit needs repair.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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