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Yes there is a hack to make the DVD region free, as far as I know there is not one for the Blu-Ray as yet.
You will need your original remote and a 7040 OneforAll remote to enable region free playback of DVD’s on the Sony BDP-S350.
Programming the 7040 OneforAll remote.
1. Press DVD
2. Hold the magic button until the DVD button flashes twice.
3. Press 0533
4. Hold the magic button until the DVD button flashes twice.
5. Press 994
6. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
7. Press 1891 (this sets key 1 – the DVD button flashes twice)
8. Hold the magic button until the DVD button flashes twice.
9. Press 994
10. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
11. Press 2552 (this sets key 2 – the DVD button flashes twice)
12. Hold the magic button until the DVD button flashes twice.
13. Press 994
14. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
15. Press 0953 (this sets key 3 – the DVD button flashes twice)
16. Hold the magic button until the DVD button flashes twice.
17. Press 994
18. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
19. Press 2214 (this sets key 4 – the DVD button flashes twice)
20. Hold the magic button until the DVD button flashes twice. .
21. Press 994
22. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
23. Press 0795 (this sets key 5 – the DVD button flashes twice)
Done - the remote is now programmed and ready to use
1. Now to make your player region free use the Sony remote that came with the player to bring it out of standby and wait while HOME is displayed
2. Make sure there isn't a disc in the machine.
3. Now on the OneforAll remote press 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (The blue 24p light on the player will start flashing)
4. Put the player back into standby with the Sony remote
5. That’s it, the next time you turn on the player it will be region free for DVD playback If the blue 24p light doesn’t flash then it hasn’t worked, try a new set of batteries and start a fresh
if your printer wont take the new ink can only be two things either the ink cartiage is bad of the printer is bad try putting the old one back in and if it takes and the new one wont then exchange get new ink if that dont work suggestion is buy new printer
It says there is no cartridge, or does it say that the cartridge is empty?
First, you must realize there are two cartridges. A drum and a toner.
If you bought a new toner, pulled out the drum and put the new toner
in, you have pulled a DOH! You can't just put the toner in. You have to
take your old drum cartridge, remove the toner portion and install the
new toner into your old drum and then install the entire assembly back
into the machine. I hope you didn't throw your drum out thinking it was
all one cartridge (I've seen it happen). This is where reading the
owner's manual helps.
If not, then one of the contacts must have been damaged. Remove the
cartridge and look inside the machine. See if you can find any of the
metal contacts on the side of the inner chamber that is bent or damaged
and try to bend it back.
Check the drum and make sure none of the contacts are damaged.
If the unit is still saying Toner Empty, try this. On the left side of
the toner there will be a while lever in a semi-circular notch.
Unplug the unit, use a small screwdriver or a key to push that white
lever back to the front of the notch. Put the drum and toner back into
the machine and plug the power back in.
I had the same problem too. Brand new unit and 5100 error comes on after power up. There is nothing jaming the ink cartiage, and it only moves a little bit to the left then jams back to the right. I can't even load in new ink cartiages. It's going back to the shop today.