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Blocked error message

When I try to insert a disc, I receive the error message "blocked". How do I get rid of this?

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I would imagine it's eitehr a Region problem or a parental level problem. Ensure the region DVD matches the Region of your DVD player. Also check the parental rating level within the DVD player is not active or set to 18.

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