Product :Blu-ray & DVD Players > Bluray Players > BD-E6500
Last Updated on 09/19/2014
How To Reset Your Blu-ray Player Settings To Factory Default (BD-E Models)
Page 1. Hard Reset
Hard Reset resets all system, network, and
Smart Hub settings and deletes all user stored Blu-ray data.
Use this if:
The player is operating erratically
or not working properly
a recent Firmware Update
the Network Test is failing or Network Settings need to be erased
you are attempting to connect to another network or new router
you are relocating the player to another location/device connection
If the HDMI output is set
to a resolution your TV does not support
If you have forgotten the
any disc from the player. Reset will not work if there is a disc in
the player. Wait for 'No Disc' to appear on the front display of the
Available' will display if a disc is left in the player and player will
on your Blu-ray player if it's not already on and and tune your TV to the input where the Blu-ray player
is connected. The front display will read No Disc.
no disc in the player press and hold the 'Stop' button on the front
of the BD player for about 8 seconds or until 'Resetting all settings to default values...' is displayed on your
TV screen as the Blu-ray player powers off and resets.
If you press and hold the stop button on your Blu-ray remote, this does
Select the menu language you want to use and
press enter. Next
is then automatically highlighted, press enter.
Start is automatically highlighted, press enter.
Network screen is displayed:
Skip to skip network setup. The aspect ratio selection screen then
Next to setup your wired or wireless network connection and follow
the on-screen prompts.
Select the aspect ratio that matches your TV and press enter.
Next is then automatically highlighted, press enter.
A summary of all completed settings is displayed, OK is automatically
highlighted, press enter. The Home Menu is then displayed. This completes
the system reset.
It is normal for Smart Hub to remain grayed out since the reset
did not affect it.
It is normal for the Network
Settings option not to have a green check
mark since it was not affected.
is normal for the Software Upgrade option not to have a green check
mark since a Firmware update was not installed.