How To Locate The Serial Number On Your DVD Player
This guide will help you locate the serial number on your DVD player.
Can I Change The Region Code On My DVD Player?
DVD region codes are a form of DRM (Digital Rights Management) designed to allow film studios to control where a film is released, when, and its pricing. DVD region codes are assigned based on where the player will be sold and are embedded in the players' firmware. Region codes cannot be
How Do I Clean The Lens Inside My DVD Player?
Cleaning the Outside: Use only a dry cloth to dust the exterior of the DVD Player. Important: Never spray any liquids on to the surface of the player. Cleaning the Lens Inside Your Player: Use only dry type DVD Lens Cleaners. A dry-type cleaner, which usually consists of a specially made DVD
Is There A Firmware Upgrade For My Older DVD Player?
Firmware is software that is embedded in the non-volatile memory of your DVD player that controls the functionality of the DVD player. Since Firmware varies by model and year, please locate the model number of your DVD player first and then follow the steps below to check if a Firmware upgrade is
No Image Is Displayed On The TV
An image from your DVD player may not appear on your TV for one of the following reasons: The DVD player is not connected correctly. The television is not set to the correct source. The video cable you used to connect the DVD player to the TV is defective. The video input jack on the TV is
No Sound With S-Video
If you are not getting audio while connected using S-Video, you may not have the audio cables connected. S-Video is a non-HD video connection that does not carry audio. It provides a better quality video signal than coaxial and RCA video cables. But, like RCA video, S-Video requires you to
Disc Tray Won't Open
Some DVD players have a lock function to prevent certain operations either by small children or by customers on the showroom floor. To turn the lock off or on: Turn the unit on. Press the PLAY button on the front panel and the POWER button on the remote control simultaneously, and hold for
Supported DVD Region Codes
DVD region codes are a form of DRM (Digital Rights Management) designed to allow film studios to control where a film is released, when, and its pricing. DVD region codes are assigned based on where the player will be sold and are embedded in the players' firmware. All Samsung Blu-ray and DVD