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I have a Daewoo 4700p video/dvd and I would like to play a region 1 NTSC dvd on it but I am in UK. How do I make the 4700p multi region?

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Press Setup, and on the system information screen type 1101.
This will add a region setting to the bottom of the list.
Type 0 for region Free or 1-6 to set to a region.

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