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Hello,
Turn your BD on without cd in it, wait until appear no disk on screen.
Use this combination : Repeat-5-6-7-3-2 ,
on screen will appear 3, than press 5.
Or if it not working, Repeat-5-6-7-3-2-Repeat-5.
Good luck.

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