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Whats the code sequence?

How do i bypass the brake on the jensen vm-9511tsx?

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  • naruto1982 Mar 10, 2008

    thanks to anyone who helps

  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2008

    I put bypass code in and the screen played the dvd 4 about 5 sec then da parking break screen came back up... Did i put da code in wrong???

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All you have to do to bypass your brake is insert a DVD into the dvd player. When the blue screen pops up just take your remote and press stop stop 1,2,6,4 that will bring up a manufacturer menu that you wont be able to see. Once you do that use your right joystic and press down then right that will turn the brake override on and also make the brake wire completley useless. then you want to set the region code to 1 and turn the macrovision to off. Once you do that all you have to do is press SYS SETUP on your remote control twice to save the settings. Thats it you are all set you will never have to worry about the brake again and you can watch the movie while driving but be careful if you drive eratic and get pulled over with a movie playing its a big fine. Enjoy!

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