Question about Televison & Video
Is the display showing 'LOCK'? If yes you have to press 'STOP' for about 3 seconds to UNLOCK it.
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
SOURCE: parental block princess dvd
This will make the player region free which may also reveal a menue that either gives you the oppertunity to clear the password or clears it automatically...
1. Turn on the Player (with no discs in)
2. Press the Open/Close button (leave it open, like if you were yet to insert a
3. Press the Display button (on the bottom of your remote control, close to the
4. Press the following sequence: 1,3,6,9.
5. Press the number of the Region you want (0 for Region free)
6. Turn off and on your player.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
Called Zenith. They said: turn on the DVD player. Hit "set-up". Scroll down to the "lock" icon. Scroll over to "Rating". Scroll over to unlock. Enter 0000. Click on Ok. Enter 0000 again, click Ok again. Menu should read unlock. Voila!
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: parental code
with no disc in the player go to set up and go to change password i think the default is 99999 then you can change it to something you remember or keep it the same if you so choose. i would give that a try
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
Found the manual for the player buried in a box from moving. Procedure is
1) With no DVD in player
2) Press enter while holding down shift to display parental lock menu
3) If you dont remember the password enter 8888 to access the options
4) Use cursor to move arrow to country code option
5) Use right cursor to select country code, then down cursor to move country code to US
6) Use left cursor and down cursor and right cursor to move to set level
7) Use down cursor to toggle through level options. (None removes all blocks)
8) If setting a level toggle down to password and set new 4 digit password.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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