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JBL DVD600
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Text excerpt from page 51 (click to view)
Configuring the DVD600 DVD Changer (Continued)
After the password has been entered once, a second set of data entry boxes will appear, asking you to confirm the entry. Using the same method described earlier, enter the password again. When all four numbers have been repeated, press the Enter Button to set the password in the DVD600âs memory. If the two passwords do not agree, an âIncorrect Passwordâ message will appear to ask you to try entering the number again. Once this password is entered, you will need to use this four-digit number to view a disc when the rating of the disc exceeds the settings entered in the Ratings Menu. If a password has been entered, it is also required that you change the settings range in the Ratings Menu. Finally, the password is required if you wish to unlock the system again to permit access to the Ratings Menu. If you have no other changes to make after setting this default, press the Menu Button z to remove the Setup Menu from the screen, or press the Play Button 58 10D to begin or resume playback. Passwordâ are highlighted in light blue (Figure 8). Next, press the Enter Button to complete the process. Note that the wording for Clear Password will change to white as a confirmation that the system is now unlocked. If you have no other changes to make after setting this default, press the Menu Button z to remove the Setup Menu from the screen, or press the Play Button 58 10D to begin or resume playback. for a position, and then press the ⺠Button to move to the next position. Note that as each number is entered, it will turn to a solid circle when you move to the next position to protect the passwordâs privacy. When all four numbers of the password have been entered, press the Enter Button .

Changing the Password
If you feel that the password has become known to an unauthorized person, you may change the password without unlocking the system. To change a password, you must be viewing the Setup Menu (Figure 1), which is available by pressing the Menu Button z while the unit is in the Stop mode. At the Setup Menu, press the ¤ Button until the Password option is highlighted. As the system is locked, you will first be asked to enter the password previously set (Figure 9). Enter that password using the Numeric Keys â , and then press the Enter Button . Figure 11 After the password has been entered once, a second set of data entry boxes will appear, asking you to confirm the entry (Figure 12). Using the same method described above, enter the password again. When all four numbers have been repeated, press the Enter Button to set the password in the DVD600âs memory. If the two passwords do not agree, an âIncorrect Passwordâ message will appear to ask you to try entering the number again.

Clearing Passwords
Once a password has been entered, the system remains locked until the password is cleared. To clear a password so that the ratings may be changed or to permit any movie to be viewed regardless of ratings, you must be viewing the Setup Menu (Figure 1), which is available by pressing the Menu Button z while the unit is in the Stop mode. At the Setup Menu, press the ¤ Button until the Password option is highlighted. As the system is locked, you will first be asked to enter the password previously set. Enter that password using the Numeric Keys â , and then press the Enter Button .

Figure 9

Figure 12 Once the new password has been entered, the system remains locked with the new password in effect. If you have no other changes to make after setting this default, press the Menu Button z to remove the Setup Menu from the screen, or press the Play Button 58 10D to begin or resume playback.

Figure 10 To change the password, press the ¤ Button so that the words âChange Passwordâ are highlighted in light blue (Figure 10). Next, press the Enter Button . On the next screen that appears (Figure 11), enter the new four-digit password directly by using the Numeric Keys â , , or you may use the â / ¤ Buttons y to select the number

Figure 8 To clear the password lock once you have entered the correct password, press the ¤ Button so that the words âClear

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