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Message 0 When i turn on my dvd player, the disc spins for about 4 seconds and then says msg 0 and then good buy and then shuts off. I also get a message 0. Whenever I press the dvd button, it gives me message 0. I've pulled off the cover and can't see any problems. I tried the AV button method to power on the player but it did not solve my issue with the DVD player not working. Any other suggestions?

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  • shakercan198 Nov 30, 2008

    same trouble, unit spins for 3-5 seconds, message 0, then shuts off.... again, nothing appears to be wrong, but obviously, there is....

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I have a Samsung HTC 550 home theatre system. It's set to region one and I've tried everything to make it region free to no avail. I want to watch a region 2 DVD. Can you help??


1. Open tray and remove any disks in tray.
2. Close tray.
3. Switch Off Player and unplug from power. wait 30 seconds (this clears RAM)
4. Reconnect to power.
5. Turn on player with remote.
6. Press ENTER on remote. (ignore message on screen)
7. Press 8, 4, 2, 6, 9 using keys on remote. (if your player is already set to region 2)
8. Press ENTER on remote.
9. Wait until player finishes processing. (approx 15 seconds)
10. Turn off power from remote.
11. Turn power back on with remote.

Player is now Region Free.

or

Turn on with remote control without disc.
When message "No disk" appears, press on the remote,
ENTER,
8,4,2,6,9
ENTER,
If hack work after the second ENTER player will power off automatic.
When power on again this was region free, I can confirm now read region 1, 2 and 4.

Sep 08, 2016 | Samsung HTC-550 DVD Home Theater System

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LG DV582H region free code


Here are the steps to make your LG DV582H DVD region free.

1) Power on (with no disc)
2) Wait for msg "No disc"
3) Open tray
4) Push three times number 0 (i.e.: 0 0 0)
5) A blue screen appears with the code region factory set, and the option to set the new region code
6) Press 0 (zero)
7) Press Pause (A msg say that you have to press de new code and them press pause to confirm....so, is to easy)
8) Close tray
9) Turn off
Works 100% for my LG DV582H region 4, now its region free!!

Good Luck

on Jan 03, 2011 | Home Theater Systems

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How to make my Samsung HT-BD8200 region free?


1. Open the disc tray and remove any discs
2. Close the disc tray
3. Switch Off Player and Unplug from mains wait minimum 30 seconds - this resets the memory, and RAM of the DVD/BlueRay
4. Make sure your TV is on as usual, and Reconnect to mains
5. Turn on your DVD/Blueray player with remote and wait for the "no disc" message to appear
6. PS! As quickly as possible, using your controller press - ENTER 8 4 2 6 9 ENTER
7. You have been successful when a blue box appears in the top left-hand side of the TV Screen, displaying the message "DVD Region Free"

You may have to attempt the "ENTER 8 4 2 6 9 ENTER" sequence several times before you get the Region Free message if you're not quick enough.

May 08, 2011 | Samsung HT-BD8200 Theater System

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Dvd does not load. surround sound works ok.


I had the same problem for months, then i tried this,1 take disc out,2 turn system to standby then off at mains for 30 seconds. back on,3 power up,4 wait until it says 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 on then off again. 11. Player is now region-free.

i did all that and my system started to read discs again

Dec 28, 2010 | Samsung HT-TZ215R Theater System

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Wrong region


Hi , The reason for the error message is because your DVD player is set to one specific zone. The below procesure will open the DVD player to play all zones.
TURN ON THE PLAYER
PRESS OPEN/CLOSE
USING REMOTE PRESS STOP-7-3-4-4-6-6
YOUR REGION AREA WILL APPEAR. PRESS "0" TO UNLOCK (OPEN the DVD player to ALL zones) ALL, THEN WAIT. INSERT YOUR DISC. Hope this helps. Let me know the status. Thanks, Mike

Nov 03, 2008 | Home Theater Systems

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How can I make Samsung Home Theater HT-TWZ312 DVD Region Free


there is no region hack for.......
but please try the following code may be works>>

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 on then off again. 
11. Player is now region-free.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Sep 27, 2008 | Samsung HT-Q100 System

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PL-D2000 DVD Home theater System


Comments: To set Region code to 0 on a Teac PL-D2000 DVD System to enable play of any region Ensure TV monitor is on so and set to display DVD. 1. Turn system completely off. 2. Turn on system. 3. Open tray. 4. Using remote press and hold the return button. 5. While holding the RETURN button, press and hold the DISPLAY button. 6. You will see something like this displayed on screen: VER 1006 TE 3210 7. Release DISPLAY and RETURN buttons simultaneously. 8. Press the ANGLE button. You will see WRITING REGION ID displayed. You can now play DVDs from any region. 0

May 27, 2007 | Teac PLD2000 System

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Koss KS2503 "MSG 04" problem


I had this MSG 04 problem. Opened the player up. Messed around. Figured out that the 5-disc tray was hanging up a little during the initialization. The issue is that the tray screws into and rotates around a stand-up beam. On the underside of the tray are gear teeth which are spun by a gear on the main unit underneath. The real culprit is the stand-up beam in the very middle. It is too long. The fix is to first try just tightening the middle black screw holding the tray onto the stand-up beam. If this tightens and MSG 04 goes away, you're done. If it does not tighten at all or much at all, then remove the screw (actually a bolt) and using a razor or sharp blade, scrape the top 1/4 millimeter off the stand-up beam. Apply some grease around the beam and on top. Note, you may have to remove the tray to do all this. If so, that is the most tricky part. Carefully lift on the tray on the front side as you rotate it. Try to free a disc circle edge over the top of the front DVD cover and free the tray. To re-set the tray, put it on the stand up beam with the front side of the tray slanted up and slowly rotate while setting it in and down. After re-seating the tray, screw the bolt down but do not tighten all the way. Tighten it enough to allow rotation and enough to rid the msg 04 problem. I shaved my stand-up beam and have never seen a MSG 04 since.

Apr 01, 2006 | Koss KS2503 System

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