JVC DVD player read no file then eject the disc tray.....
Haneefa, have a nice day! Let me introduce myself. I'm Gildo from Philippines. 5 years Electronic technician. Could you please help me to solve my problem with JVC DVD player? It symptoms was the same way as stated below as posted by other guys.
"My JVC XV N322 also have a similar problem...the off/on button doesn't seem to switch on or switch off the player... display shows LOAD as soon as the power is turned on, then READ and finally NO FILE, its the same with any disc.. i tried cleaning the lens but the problem persists.."
Could you please teach us how to retrieve the corrupted file.
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usually if you look in the front you should find a small hole turn on the Player and push a Paperclip into the hole this is a manual eject for the tray. If there is NO hole then Unplug the Player and remove the outer metal cover Do NOT stick anything into the Inside of the Player taking a flathead screwdriver You can coax the slide tray to eject the disc If it is an internal feed and eject system across the top there should be a crossbar with a spindle in it facing downward onto your disc remover this crossbar and you can safely coax the disc out of the front without damaging your disc. your issue is when the disc was inerted it was misaglinged in the player so the system misinterpreted it as being a No Disc and locked out the ejection of the disc in the players brain there is NO disc in the player at all after you removed your disc reassemble the player and either return it or toss it out for recycling and get another one
Setting the disc ejection lock
You can lock the disc tray to prevent the disc form
When the main unit is turned off, hold down the STOP
key at the front panel for 5 seconds
If you attempt to open the disc tray by pressing
OPEN/CLOSE key, the disc tray does not open and
“LOCKED” appears in the display window.
To cancel the disc ejection lock, hold down the STOP
key at the front panel for 5 seconds again when the
main unit is turned off.
“UNLOCKED” is displayed in the display window.
Before the main unit is turned off, DVD/CD function
should be selected.
Sound like it either has one or two problems, the door is stuck and or the door eject motor has failed. Look in the front to the player for a small paperclip like hole, and use a paper clip to manual eject the and engage the loading mechanism usually located under the door for most cases. Check you manuals troubleshooting section for manually ejecting a CD..
If there was a dvd in the tray and the cable guy moved the dvd player, there's a good chance the disk might have slid off the tray and is now blocking the tray from opening. Also if the machine was moved there is a good chance the tray/laser lock might be on. It is a switch or button located on the bottom of your dvd player. Check your manual for exact placement. It is built in for shipping purposes so they don't get broken from rough handling. Hope this helped!
On the unit, press the stop button and the cd eject button at the same time. The screen will say locked still. Release them and press them together again at the same time. The screen will now read unlocked. You can then eject the cd.