Question about Kenwood Televison & Video
Before loading a disc, press and hold the play button on the unit itself (NOT remote control) for about five seconds. The display panel will then show what region you are (e.g. in NZ it will say Oceania). By using the remote up and down keys, you can then scroll through the regions until you find the region you require. Select it by hitting the enter button. The display will then say "Initial OK!". You are ready to put a disc in.
You will have to perform this function every time you play a disc from a different region to the last played.
This procedure works on my old (7 year) player - if yours is newer it might have been patched out and the only way to fix it is to load a generic firmware, and that will cost you about $35.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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