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post #871 of 874 Old 01-30-2015, 05:34 PM
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Curious, would any owners here of the BDP-62FD see any reason to ever purchase the newly released BDP-80FD?

Is it a step forward, backward or is it about the same level of features and quality between these 2 blu-ray players?


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I can't for the life of me remember the 4 digit passcode I chose during the initial setup. Does anyone know a way to force a reset???
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I can't for the life of me remember the 4 digit passcode I chose during the initial setup. Does anyone know a way to force a reset???
Try this:

1. Go to the home menu.

2. Highlight "Initial Settings."

3. Press "ENTER."

4. Highlight "Options," but do not press "ENTER."

5. Enter 8520.

6. Highlight the password reset.

7. Press "ENTER."

8. Exit the menu.

Except for the fact you need to highlight "Options," this is similar to many Blu-ray players with MediaTek CPUs. For your sake and the sake of anyone else in this situation, I really do hope I'm right about this.

Good luc,

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Try this:

1. Go to the home menu.

2. Highlight "Initial Settings."

3. Press "ENTER."

4. Highlight "Options," but do not press "ENTER."

5. Enter 8520.

6. Highlight the password reset.

7. Press "ENTER."

8. Exit the menu.

Except for the fact you need to highlight "Options," this is similar to many Blu-ray players with MediaTek CPUs. For your sake and the sake of anyone else in this situation, I really do hope I'm right about this.

Good luc,

Chris
Thanks for the help. It worked - sort of. It took me a few attempts to realize that it reset the passcode to 0000
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