Question about Televison & Video
I didn't relize when I brought my DVD player, that it had a parental lock already in place, I threw the manual out, (I never read them, I just wing it)
and now it needs the parental lock...But I never put one on so how do I fix that? I've searched on the net for one, but to no avail.
DVD players don't need parental locks. When a user places a DVD player in Parental Lock mode, they usually create a 4-digit access code to remove the lock. Without the manual, I can't tell you how to reset to factory settings...what you need is either the access code or to reset it.
If it came direct from the factory with a parental lock already on, try the code "0000". If you need more digits, just use 0 until all of the slots are filled. If 0 does not work, try all 1s or 9s.
Posted on May 03, 2008
My Sansui DV-VC600 did exactly the same last week. I received great advice from Sansui Johannesburg, South Africa and solved the problem with the push of a button. See instructions below.
. POWER button on the remote control is for standby power.
. Child Lock!!!
Press the POWER button of the remote control for about 8 seconds.
No buttons of front panel and remote control can be operated now
and Lock indicator . . will be displayed on window display. To
release child lock, press the POWER button of the remote control for
about 8 seconds.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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