Philips DVD player (DVP3120/12) User Manual – Page 34

Posted on 25 Dec, 2019
Manufacturer: Philips
Category: Media players
Product: Philips DVD player (DVP3120/12)
Pages: 39
File size: 2 MB

English
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Changing the Password
You need to enter your six-digit
password to play a prohibited disc or if
prompted for a password. The same
default password is used for Parental.
A
In ‘Preference Page’, press
S
T
to select
{
Password
}, then press
X
to select
{
Change
}.
B
Press
OK
and the menu appears on the
TV screen.
General
Audio
Video
Preference
Old Password
New Password
Confirm PWD
OK
C
Use the
alphanumeric keypad 0-9
to
enter the six-digit password.
Î
When doing this for the fi rst time,
enter the default password ‘136900’.
z
If you forget your old six-digit password,
enter the default password ‘136900’.
D
Enter the new six-digit password.
E
Enter the new six-digit password a
second time to confi rm.
Î
The new six-digit password will now
take effect.
F
Press
OK
to confi rm.
Restoring to the original settings
Setting the { Default } function will reset
all options and your personal settings to
the factory defaults, except your Parental.
A
In ‘Preference Page’, press
S
T
to select
{
Default
}, then press
X
to select
{
Reset
}.
B
Press
OK
to confi rm.
Î
All settings will now reset to factory
defaults.
DVD Menu Options
(continued)
TIPS:
The underlined option is the factory default setting.
Press
W
to go back to previous menu item. Press
SETUP
to exit the menu item.
Rating Explanations
{
1.Kid Safe
}
Childsafe; acceptable for viewers of all
ages.
{
2. G
}
General Audience; recommended as
acceptable for viewers of all ages.
{
3. PG
}
Parental Guidance suggested.
{
4. PG – 13
}
Unsuitable for children under age 13.
{
5. PG – R
}
Parental Guidance; recommended that
parents restrict children under 17 from
viewing.
{
6. R
}
Restricted; recommended only when
supervised by a parent or adult guardian.
{
7. NC – 17
}
No Children under age 17; not
recommended viewing for children under
age 17.
{
8. Adult
}
Mature Material; should be viewed only
by adults due to graphic sexual material,
violence or language.
Tips:
– This feature will not limit viewing if the
disc manufacturer did not code the disc.
– VCD, SVCD, CD have no level indication,
so parental control has no effect on these
type of discs. This also applies to most illegal
DVDs.
– Some DVDs are not coded with a rating
though the movie rating may be printed on
the disc cover. The rating level feature does
not prohibit play of such discs.
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