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Sampo Hi, I have a Sampo DVE-612. Every once in a while when I put a DVD in it will say "wrong region" and will not play the DVD. My instruction manual is on the other side of the country. Before when I had this problem there were certain instructions to fix it including some kind of code. Please help me!! Emnoodle

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  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2007

    tryed a code found on the internet,but did not fix prob.

  • wendywhite Nov 23, 2007

    need the code to unlock my dvd player.it will not play dvds from any region.states wrong region on screen.

  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

    When I put a PAL disc in the player the message reads loading disc and while reading the disc it makes a noise and then says wrong region and

    stops. I have no problem at all with NTSC dvd's they play fine. I've tried the solution listed here to get back region free but still get the same message wrong region for PAL.

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POWER ON
OPEN/CLOSE
Key in 3,3,0,8,8,0 on the remote for region-free
OPEN/CLOSE
POWER OFF

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I have the same problem with my Sampo DVE-612.
Today I tried to play my PAL dvd. I put it into the player
and the display said loading disc, but while reading
the disc it made a noise then came the message
wrong region then the player stopped. I tried the
solution suggested here but still get the same
message wrong region.

I tried a dvd that was NTSC and had no problem, it
played perfectly. Does anyone have a suggestion
as to what the problem is or what I might do to correct
it?

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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