Question about Philips DVP5140/37 DVD Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tryed the code to unlock region
1. Turn on the unit
2. Open the loading tray
3. Press the "Setup" button on the remote
4. Navigate to the "Preferences" page using the right arrow key
5. Enter 138931
6. You will now see the current region code displayed
7. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select the region required or "0" for all regions
8. Press the "Play" button on the remote
1 - Make sure there is no disk in the player
2 - Press EJECT on the remote or on the player. The eject icon has to be visible on screen for the hack to work!!!
3 - Press MENU (System) on the remote
4 - Press the RIGHT button on the remote until you get to the PREFERENCES screen
5 - Now enter the sequence 135566 with the remote control
6 - Now "Region Code" should appear
7 - Select the 0 (multiregion)
8 - Press MENU (System) on the remote to exit the setup screen
9 - Press the power button on the remote to set the player on standby, this saves the new setting.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
SOURCE: dvd player gives unknown disc
thats because its region locked..do the following:
start the player without any DVD in it.
open the lid.
while the lid is open press 9,9,9,9,0
you should see region 0 displayed.
close the lid.
Your DVD player is now region free.
replace 0 with 1 to 6 at to set the wanted region number if needed.
do let me know if it worked.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
You might have created a data cd, dvd player normally don't support data cd. If that is not the case then you the file format is not support by your dvd player.
You would have to search for a software to convert the file to the format supported by your dvd player. and write it on the disc again.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
You could try cleaning the laser using a laser cleaning disk. Most of the time when it cant read a disk its just because the laser is dirty. If that doesn't work it could just be a faulty laser
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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