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My LG dvd player/home theater model HT 762 PZ-A2 bought in hongkong can't play dvds in canada. "check regional code" appears on the screen of my tv.

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Tienes que buscar la forma de hacer tu dvd multiregion para que los puedas ver

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

Tienes que buscar la forma de hacer tu dvd multiregion para que los puedas ver

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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1. Press PLAY from your remote control
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Sorry, there is no way of making it region free.

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Hi, I bought this LG RC897T 2 years ago and have only used the DVD player about 60 times. I've bought original "US" TV Box set dvds and Chinese knock-offs, and wrote my own dvds and they all...


Hello Mark. Most likely your player is regionalized and not compatable ith those DVD's that won't play. To eliminate the regional setting on your player go to this link http://www.wisebread.com/make-your-dvd-player-region-free-in-seconds

It contains the step by step instructions on how to make your player region free. It also has an how to video and a full explanation of why the regionalization was installed in the first place. Joe

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I need a region free code for my Insignia NS-BRDVD player (a bluray/DVD player purchased in Canada).


This worked for my NS-BRDVD2-CA, basically the same model as yours.
1. Turn on the player.
2. Press the home/setup button and release. Enter 9-1-1-3 on the number pad.
3. "Configure player" appears in the wheel menu to the left of the screen. Using the up or down arrow button on your remote, navigate to it and press enter.
4. Three menus appear on a blue screen in the centre of the set: DVD Region, BD Region, and BD Profile. Select the one you want and press enter.
5. A grey screen appears in the centre showing the various regions. Navigate to the one you want and press enter.
6. Exit the grey menu by pressing the left arrow key, then press it again to exit the blue menu. The screen will appear as it did in step 3 before you pressed enter.
7. Open the drawer and put in your foreign disc. Wait a little bit. When it's ready, the disc's main menu appears. Play it like you would any disc.
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I can play everything now, Aussie and US DVDs. Thanks LJ66.

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