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SEVIC SBL0302MP4 - disable parking feature

Just purchased above, how do i disable/get around the parking feature to enable me to play dvd?

Or how do I enter secret menu to switch it off?

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    Any help is greatly appreciated!

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    NEED REMOT COTROL FOR SEVIC

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Hey check this link.. hope it helps ya :)

http://www.sevic.com/site/medias/_pdfs/SBL0302MP4_GB_PART1.pdf

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