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Unlocking Jvc dvd/vcr

Feb 23

Hello!
I have a jvc dvd/vcr which plays only certain cd/dvds and does not play vhs tape. when connected the tape does not play. some audio is heard.when specific dvd is played i says it cannot play it as it does not support the region or something like that!Perhaps, both the mode need unlocking so that it plays all cd/dvd's. Pls help me.
Player-jvc model is hr-xvc7 runns on 120 volt.
T.V-Panasonic TC-29F J20CA(29" screen)
Thank You
Gopal.
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Did it come from another country?

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