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Re: THE UNLOCK CODE
1)TURN ON YOUR UNIT 2)DISPLAY WILL REQUEST TO ENTER THE SECURITY CODE 3)USING THE REMOTE CONTROL POIN IT TO THE UNIT AND PRESS 55222277 THAT WILL CLEAR THE CODE.
NOTE:"YOU WILL NOT SEE ANY NUMBER ON THE DISPLY WHILE YOU PRESSIN THE NUMBER ON THE REMOTE CONTROL
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hi cecelia, most portable cd players will have a feature to lock/hold the fuctioning of buttons/switches. to unlock plz look for a tiny slide switch around the body of the unit or beneath the unit. if one cannot be found then look thru your user manual for an unlock feature via the menu/settings buttons etc of the unit.
If you are recording from a DIGITAL input like the OPTICAL or DIGITAL COAXIAL and their is no signal, or if it is a 'non-copyable' copy of a digital copy (from a mini-disc or protected audio CD-R) you will see this. You need to record using ANALOG inputs, then you won't have this DIN UNLOCK problem using analog. Double check your digital connections and make sure your digital source is set to 'play' and see if the DIN Unlock goes off. Otherwise, use analog reocrding only.
Go to videohelp.com and search on the model number - the sequence of remote control keys to press to change the region code is there. It worked well for me, so I could play US DVDs on my UK region machine.
I just bought one of these DVD players today 1st January 2009. It came with a CD which was a Firmware Upgrade with instructions on how to unlock the Region 4 setting. We used the CD and it now plays our Region 1 DVD. Did you get a CD with your player?
Might be the type of movie - some of them are only able to play "G" ratings. Try this: click <play> 1234 <play> It will likely unlock the dvd that is in and will begin to play. You will have to do the 'code' each time, or there's an unlock program you can purchase.