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new model pacific 1002mk2 (ASDA) using remote.; press open on remote press clear press 1-3-6-9 Then 0(for multiregion)
It's important to note that you will not see anything happen on screen or display! The buttons are small,so you'll have to be precise
1. PUT A REGION 2 DISC IN PLAYER
2. WHEN IT IS LOADING UP PRESS "SETUP"
3. PRESS "7" FOR MULTI REGION
4. PRESS "PAUSE/STEP"
5. PRESS PREVIOUS " |> "
6. PRESS SETUP
YOUR PLAYER IS NOW MULTI REGIONAL.. IS YOU WANT TO SET THE REGION IN STEP 3 PRESS 1 FOR USA OR WHATEVER YOU REQUIRE....
switch on.on the remote press "open/close",0,1,2,3,open/close and it plays straigt away. but nothing is shown on the screen.
It's true - a quality DVD player from Asda for £59.95. Highly recommended. This 1359 hack worked with my Pacific 1002 purchased March 03. Note. There is no on screen display or any indication on the machine when entering the hack.
Switch machine on and using the remote control only: 1. Press 'open/close' button (the draw should be left open). 2. Press the 'clear' button. 3. Press '1'. 4. Press '3'. 5. Press '6'. 6 Press '9'. 7. Press '0' (zero for multi-region). 8. Press 'open/close' button. End.
1. switch on dvd with remote (leave drawer closed) 2. Press: setup 3. press: 7 (note nothing will happen) 4. press: pause/setup button (again nothing will happen) 5. press: previous/I<< button (nothing will happen) 6. press: Next/>>I button (nothing will happen) 7. press: setup
Hi, it sounds like either the eject button on the DVD player drawer has been damaged or the remote is in need of cleaning (I assume the remote to have an eject button too). you can remove the remote by removing a battery and seeing if the problem stops.
Best you remove the tape from the DVD drawer as this will not stop the DVD mechanism from trying to open the tray, bit like trying to constantly push against a locked door - you will cause damage if it hasn't already.
First let's find out if the motor is dead or
the magnetic clamp is to strong for the motor.
Press eject then listen closely for the sounds of struggling motor
if you hear it trying SLAP the top right over the DVD drive
and that should break the magnetic seal and release the tray
you may have to try a few times Press eject and open hand slap kinda
hard the top of the DVD drive , don't worry you won't hurt it.
if that works email me and ill tell you how to fix this.
the gears on the drawer skipped a few teeth. as crazy as this sounds, give it a stern whack back in. if the plastic teeth are flexible enough to skip teeth one way, it'll be flexible enough to skip some the other way.
check if your dvd door is driving by belt or gear . if its belt ,check if its slack, if gear check for worn gear. weather gear or belt check if the motor driving it responds each time you press the eject button .check if the eject switch is ok .then if all this are ok ,check the ic controlling the eject/close functions