I switched my game enhancer to PAL mode accidentally, what can I do to change it back?

Before I begin, allow me to once again repeat the warning I have placed at the beginning of every game enhancer user guide I have written:
READ CAREFULLY! - Switching from NTSC to PAL:

DO NOT SWITCH FROM NTSC TO PAL UNLESS YOU HAVE A PAL TV AND A PAL PLAYSTATION!!! If you switch from NTSC TO PAL you might damage your game enhancer to the point where (there is a good chance) you might never be able to switch it back to NTSC and therefore not be able to use it ever again. I absolutely refuse to replace any game enhancer that has been switched to PAL mode accidentally! If you live in North or South America, you do NOT want to switch from NTSC to PAL for ANY reason!!! Switching from NTSC to PAL does NOT add any new features or improve the quality of the game enhancer's capabilities. It basically changes the screen resolution to a format which CANNOT be viewed by North or South American televisions. Just to let you know: PAL PlayStation games have the same resolution as NTSC PlayStation games anyway, so even if you could get away with switching your game enhancer to PAL (which you cannot do by the way) it wouldn't be worth the effort. If you live in North or South America, YOU DO NOT HAVE A PAL TV!!! Only if you have a PAL TV and PAL PlayStation and live OUTSIDE of North or South America do you want to do the following:
- Press L1, SELECT AND then press "O"
to switch to PAL mode.

To this day, not ONE of my customers has ever switched their game enhancers to PAL mode accidentally (my guess is thanks to this stern warning). The E-Mails I receive are usually from people who bought a game enhancer elsewhere and who have received with their game enhancer a flimsy generic instruction manual that has been translated (very badly I might add) from Chinese to English. In this manual (which I exclude from my game enhancers and replace with my own user guide), they refer to the PAL conversion code as simply a "Special Function". No wonder so many people make this mistake and "accidentally" switch their game enhancers from NTSC to PAL.
With that out of the way, let me get started.

This page has been created to address the problem of people who HAVE switched their game enhancer to PAL mode and who can no longer switch it back. In response to the rather commonly asked question above, namely, "I switched my game enhancer to PAL mode accidentally, what can I do to change it back?" Unfortunately, the answer is, in a nutshell, not very much! You see, the preset NTSC game enhancer was interfacing with a NTSC PlayStation that is only able to display a NTSC image on a NTSC television. For those of you who haven't figured it out yet, NTSC represents the radio and television standard for North and South America (except Paraguay and Uruguay). After switching the game enhancer's mode to PAL (the overseas radio and television standard), the now PAL game enhancer is trying to interface with a NTSC PlayStation, quite unsuccessfully I might add. Since a PAL game enhancer cannot interface with a NTSC PlayStation, it cannot recognize the command you are trying to enter on your controller in order to switch it back to NTSC, and therefore will not switch back to NTSC.

Theoretically, it has been said that it is possible to use both a PAL television and a PAL PlayStation to convert a PAL game enhancer back to NTSC format by using this PAL PlayStation to enter the code the person had originally entered to convert their game enhancer to PAL in the first place. However, this poses a dilemma for anyone living in North or South America with this problem, namely the fact that it is nearly impossible to find someone with both a PAL PlayStation and a PAL television who would be willing to allow you to use their PAL television and PAL PlayStation to convert your game enhancer back to NTSC.

So what can you do in this situation? Well, personally, I would try to return it to the place of purchase for a new one, and hopefully will not make the same mistake in the future.