Question about Denon Audio Players & Recorders
We purchased our DVD player while living in China 3 years ago, and now on our return to Australia, we are unable to play Australian DVD's.
The local Denon store advised us we would need to send the player to Japan!!
I was wondering if anyone could possibly help with an unlock code which would allow us to continue to use this player?
Many thanks and regards, Cathy
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the DVD region (a setting in both your OS and your DVD hardware) may have been changed. DVD regions are the agreed upon method (by entertainment companies, hardware manufacturers and governments) to limit cross-border sharing of media. Most valid (read: non-pirated) DVDs have a region code. Your DVD drive will only play DVDs with a region code that matches the DVD region code set on the DVD drive.
You didn't mention your OS but if you are running Windows XP then go to Start->Control Panel->System->System->Hardward->Device Manager and find your DVD player. Right-click the DVD player and select Properties from the menu and you should see a properties dialog-box with a DVD region tab. This is where you can change the DVD region that your player will recognize. Be careful, don't play around here, most DVD players have an embedded limit on the number of times (4-or-so) the DVD region can be changed.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
The owners manual references turning the servo on and off on page 8
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Posted on Feb 12, 2008
Try cleaning the laser first. Take care, because it is delicate.
Some instructions of how to clean a CD laser:
If the cleaning does not fix the fault, it is possible that the laser is weak, or there are some problems in the electronics in the CD player. This is not something you will be able to service yourself, unless you are properly trained, have experience, and have the proper setup to perform CD player servicing.
In most cases these CD players are not cost effective to service. You can contact the orignal manufacture for details or any recomendations.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
SOURCE: DVD code
I just figured mine out. You need to enter 138931 when you get to the preference menu. It will then show the region. Use the up/down button to select '0'. This will unlock the DVD. Make sure there is no disc in the player, or you cannot access the preference menu. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
SOURCE: denon seperates
The most likely cause of this problem is the laser is becoming weak. You may be able to get a bit more service out of it by manually cleaning the laser with a cotten bud and some alcohol. However the only real solution is to replace the laser assembly.
It depends on how good at taking things apart and putting them back together you are, weather you should try this yourself. The laser assemblies often have the part number on the side of them, if not you will need to contact Denon who may tell you what it is if you are lucky.
Almost all laser assemblies come fully clibrated and all you need to do is remove the old one and replace it with a new one. You can get the parts from CPC in the UK unfortunately I don't know about other countries.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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