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DVD Box won't open

I have a Sony DVP-C660 5 disk cd/dvd changer. when I try to open it code E 26 00 shows in window. it will not open. What can I do?

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Solution #3 worked for me.
http://www.fixya.com/support/t127790-error_message_e_26_00

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The following guide describes how I managed to make my Sony DVP-NS705V DVD player multi-region.

There are no guarantees that you will be able to do the same. Be aware that you will probably void any warranty you have and possibly even break the player.

Put shortly, you proceed at your own risk.

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