I'm having the exact same issue. I've done a little troubleshooting and as far as I can tell mine won't play any DVDs that have a "region" code on them.Nani said:I have the DVD changer in the trunk and I tried to play a DVD for the first time today, but in the car it does not play the Movie.... it just says 'change'? I also have the DVD's in the rear headrests.... am I doing something wrong?
gkwait said:Thanks Umber!
Went through all the docs.
I did find one interesting code in the documentation which was "Region Code Violation." Which would seem to indicate a problem with the region, which was my suspicion of the problem. I must be wrong?
Either way, I am still completely stumped on this one. I've tried multiple "Region 1" DVDs each with no luck. As soon as I put a "un-regioned" DVD in the same slot in the magazine, it plays just fine. I've even tried brand new DVDs (IE: not scratched, etc.) and they still don't work.
The weird part is that instead of displaying "Region Code Violation" it displays "No Disc"
I still can't find anywhere to determine what Region my DVD player is coded for. I would assume since it has always been in the US, that is coded for Region 1, but again, I don't have a deterministic way of figuring that out.
Say gkwait, I'll assume that you're in the U.S. or at least with a vehicle of U.S. provenance right?
The whole DVD regions thing is a total bummer.
One bit of troubleshooting I performed this morning was to disconnect the battery, wait a few minutes for all systems to forget everything, reconnect the battery and try to play a Region 1 DVD. Problem persists.
I am completely stumped on this one.
Read posted bulletin # 3 above, very specific instructions on how to us the lens cleaner recommended by Land Rover (including its part # if you want to order it yourself.) However, there are many alternatives available in audio / video shops that would probably do just as good a job for less money.gkwait said:Is there a specific les cleaner kit? Is it special to LR? Where would I get one?