Question about Philips DVP3140
By changing to Region 0 you've changed the Laser control and subsequently the Laser is failing earlier than it would have done under normal operation.
The only solution would be to replace the Laser which is not normally cost effective and often unavailable anyway.
CDs may still play for a period of time as these require less power as there isn't as much information to read as a DVD.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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