I have a Philips LX3000 D home theater system. The DVD player has stopped working but I got a replacement when I bought flat screen LCD TV so I am now just using it as a surround system.
I have managed to get it set up so that it plays sound from my new DVD, Xbox360 and the TV. But, I can not adjust the volume as the remote has stopped working. I have tried changing the batteries and have tried to use the remote from all over the room incase it was a reflection or something.
Do I need to buy a new remote? or can I buy a universal remote (if so please can you recommend one that is easy enough for my mum to use when I move out).
If it helps the items in our setup are;
Philips LX3000 D Toshiba 32WLT66 LCD TV Toshiba SD-160SB
Re: Remote has stopped working for Philips LX3000 D
The remote control might be damaged. If it is possible to arrange a new remote for testing, do it. volume control of LX3000D works from the front PCB. check the front PCB is perfectly ok or not. Regarding the DVD player, what it says when you try to load a disk?
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Please follow the instructions below for unlocking your Philips HTS 3371 Please note: Unlocking a DVD player may invalidate the warranty. Unlock sequences may not work with some firmware updates and some DVD players have been damaged through failed attempts to unlock them. Unlocking your DVD player is done at your own risk.
1. Switch the DVD player ON 2. OPEN the disc tray 3. Key 9 9 9 9 0 using the Philips remote control supplied with the player 4. Press PLAY. The disc tray will close. 5. Switch the player OFF then switch ON again. 6. To test, play a disc from a region which was previously locked.
If it does not work the first time, switch the player off and back on, then try again.
This is a verified unlock method, but I was unable to confirm whether it works for players sold locked to Region 1 (North America). If you have a Region 1 player and the method above does not work, you will not be able to unlock your player.
ur dvd player has region lock . it will not play all the disk. check the DVD OF STAR WARS MOVIE which region it belongs. jus try the following not sure is it work or not
Open the tray. Press 99990 on the remote. by doing this ur dvd player will become region free then insert ur dvd and try. for region 1 and region 2 code is 99991 ,99992 respectively.
feel free contact through fixya.
I have the same system and I changed the region code to muti by pressing STOP 7344660 after opening the tray as per instruction I read in the net.. It worked.. on the TV screen it displayed region as 0
I have similar problem with a Philips CL034 Universal Remote and a Memorex MVD2047.
The Philips/Magnavox codes listed at this link did NOT resolve the problem. I tried all Memorex codes and tried the "all coded step-through" method.
The above is NOT a solution, rather a note on a time consuming attempt to a solution.
I have a region Code For A Philips HTS-3544 which is 1 model Down. You can try it, it may work or it May Not.
Heres How:- power on the TV/DVD without any disk in the player.Press open/close eject.
Press Stop 126.96.36.199.6.6 ( on the Remote )
The menu code appears On The Screen.
Press 0 for region Free, or the region Code Required.
Power Off and then on Again, if the codes have worked, your dvd player is now region free.
Turn the power off, and then unplug the home theater from the wall outlet. Plug it back in after about 30 seconds, and turn it back on. If it still won't eject, then the HTS needs repair. Philips will replace it if it is still in warranty.