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1) Turn the DVDR3590H on, with no DVD in the drive 2) press HOME, so the browser appears 3) press PLAY/PAUSE. The display on the machine should say "BROWSER" 4) Slowly enter the following code: 159121212005255 (the numbers should appear on the display) 5) press PLAY/PAUSE. 6) Turn the player off
You might have to try it several times before the numbers will appear in the display panel. Don't enter the numbers too slowly either.
When mine said FT-02 it wasn't flashing or anything, but I pressed the cancel button and after it said "initializing" for a sec it went back to normal. FT-02 is some kinda test mode for the manufacturer, I think.
HI this works as i have unlocked my own Sanyo HV-DX350A player with it Hope it works for you
Unlock region code for SanyoHV-DX350A DVD/Video player. 1. Turn on unit 2. Select DVD 3. Open tray 4. Press 0520 then in sequence press arrow up, down, left and right. 5. The region management screen is displayed on your monitor ( Code is displayed on the unit LCD display). 6. Note - Your current EEPROM region code setting is displayed on the screen. 7. Enter desired Region Code ( 0 for multi region). 8. Press PAUSE to exit. 9. Turn power off and turn on again.
If you repeat steps 1 to 4, you can view your new setting.
Turn on. Goto channel 3 or 4. Press DVD/VCR button until display says
VCR. Press TV/VCR button until the display says VCR. Press SETUP
button. Select SYSTEM SETUP. Select CLOCK SET. Edit time and date.
Press SETUP button.
If everything else seems to be functioning, try using your remote to reset the TV. There is a setting to switch the TV from being a TV to being a screen, or monitor, for the DVD player. What the button is labeled varies by manufacturer. It may be: TV/DVD, input, source, display, or something else. Display, for instance, displays the choice on the screen. Highlight and select DVD or perhaps the brand name of the DVD player. This compliments of the Vancouver Radio Shack super geeks.