Opening the CD player on a JVC UX-RC7 micro component system
I have in my possession a JVC UX-RC7 or a JVC UX-C7 microcomponent system which has an Am-Fm receiver, a six CD changer and a tape player, circa 1994. Presently I have in the CD changer six CD's which will neither play nor return to me. The system generally works well, which means that the radio and tape player work. The CD changer simply moves out about one-half an inch and then goes back in. I have looked for an instruction manual to solve this problem and can't find one. Any ideas?
Re: Opening the CD player on a JVC UX-RC7 micro component...
Hello i had the same problem..maybe you have already fixed this but on the back you have the speakers and a pair of red and black switches, you have to put the wires into the holes on the TOP (not the sides) of the little box on the back...then once you have put the wires in flick the flaps UP :)
Sorry if you have already solved this problem but I hope it will come in use for someone. Thanks StepheeJay..x
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