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I would like to know this dvd player can play in europe

Because I live in Switzerland (in Europe is region code 2) and in the USA is region code 1. Thank you and I wait your answer

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I couldn't find any info on this players region code, but most DVD stores carry DVDs from all regions, and many players today can play DVDs of any region. To be sure call the local DVD store that you like and ask them what region DVDs they have. Hope I helped ;]

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