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Disk wont eject

Hi my JVC HR-XVS30 worked fine until last night, the problem is it was playing a disk that froze and then switched itself off now i cant turn it on or eject the disk, any ideas

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Re: disk wont eject

It may have burnt out something in the power supply. Did you smell anything get hot or a pop from the unit.? It could also be that when it froze up that the slider assy that the laser assy rides along could be hung uo pn something like a dust or hair or dirt and made the unit draw excess current and shut down the power supply.. Try unplugging for overnight and replugging in and see if that clears up your fault. If it dosent you should seek a pro to assist you. Good Luck

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