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JVC XL-M409TN CD Changer Single Disc Tray does not open. Magazine does not play. We operating and just seemed to jam. ?????? Help.

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SOURCE: The 200 disc cd changer,

this is most difficult cause if you are a technician you got to change or clean the optic sensors and put on time the mechanism changer......

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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SOURCE: hi I have a jvc

I had the same problem. Out of the blue, neither the single tray nor the cassette would eject. On top of that, it wouldn't change discs or even play the disc in the engaged tray. I then unplugged the unit, moved it to my work table, plugged it back it, and it worked fine.
Last year I had a similar problem with the JVC receiver RX750V that I had bought along with the CD player, probably around 1986--it simply would not turn on. I took it out of the cabinet, and shipped it to a JVC repair shop called BC Electronics, Levittown, PA 215 547-7600. They were very knowledgeable and courteous, but said they could find nothing wrong with the unit, and that the unit worked fine. They shipped it back, and the unit worked fine initially. I found that the problem recurred, i.e. that every so often I'd turn the machine on via the on-off switch, and nothing would happen. If I then unplugged the unit, left it off for a while, and plugged it back in, it would work fine. I then installed an in-line on-off switch on the receiver cord. It now seems to work fine consistently.
It seems that after twenty years, this same problem may affect this generation of JVC components, i.e. that the main power source to the unit must occasionally be cut off.
On the other hand I could be completely wrong and just plain lucky...Hope that helps.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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Hi I have put a cd into the changer but now cannot eject the cd, the stereo reads error 99 please advise


The CD, when inserted, became either wedged or not seated properly and the sensors dont know how to respond. Here are the codes for Kenwood.
Changer Error Codes
• E-00: Poor Cable connection.
• E-01: Magazine not properly set in changer.
• E-02: No Disc in magazine.
• E-03: CD does not have selected track number.
• E-04: Disc is dirty, upside down or unreadable.
• E-10: No data is recorded on the MD. The player plays the next disc automatically.
• E-99: Changer malfunction, disc may be caught in machine or changer requires service.

If you have a steady hand... carfully unscrew and open up the unit just far enough so you can either pull, or nudge the CD tray enough for the CD to be seated in the tray properly...
Good luck...

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Error 01 the magazine does not eject


A lot of times there is a gear inside of the changer that gets jammed. If you can, remove the top cover of the changer. On the changer mechanism (it will be on the right side of the changer) there will be a large gear (probably black) with an arm attached to it. Use a flat blade screw driver or something like that and turn the gear counterclockwise until the tray is back in magazine. You should then be able to put the changer back together and it will probably work fine.

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Hi I have a jvc xl m500 6 disc cd changer and the tray won't open help.


I had the same problem. Out of the blue, neither the single tray nor the cassette would eject. On top of that, it wouldn't change discs or even play the disc in the engaged tray. I then unplugged the unit, moved it to my work table, plugged it back it, and it worked fine.
Last year I had a similar problem with the JVC receiver RX750V that I had bought along with the CD player, probably around 1986--it simply would not turn on. I took it out of the cabinet, and shipped it to a JVC repair shop called BC Electronics, Levittown, PA 215 547-7600. They were very knowledgeable and courteous, but said they could find nothing wrong with the unit, and that the unit worked fine. They shipped it back, and the unit worked fine initially. I found that the problem recurred, i.e. that every so often I'd turn the machine on via the on-off switch, and nothing would happen. If I then unplugged the unit, left it off for a while, and plugged it back in, it would work fine. I then installed an in-line on-off switch on the receiver cord. It now seems to work fine consistently.
It seems that after twenty years, this same problem may affect this generation of JVC components, i.e. that the main power source to the unit must occasionally be cut off.
On the other hand I could be completely wrong and just plain lucky...Hope that helps.

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It doesnt open and cant read the cds inside.


Remove the cover lid and look inside for anything jamming disk tray, problem may be very simple once you look at this. change out some of the cds.

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Jvc xl-f254 cd changer for home. 5 disc changer. Carousel will not slide out. makes humming noise, possibly trying to open.


Take the cover off and inspect for a jammed disc.

If there are no jammed discs you either have a broken belt or stripped gear.

You will have to take the unit apart and inspect, belts are commercially available from electronic stores and are a cheap easy fix!

Let me know if you need more details or guidance.

Cheers!

Kevin

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Mine jammed after I dropped it, trying to swap it into a new car :-)
Same problem, however. Three of the six CD trays had wandered into the righthand mechanism (which selects and plays one cd at a time). Nothing else at all, most fortunately, was broken.
I removed the cover (3 screws on each side), and the small black faceplate that holds the eject button. The main faceplate came off too, needless to say; no screws, just tabs.
You have to remove the side brackets also, and the angle-adjust spring loaded pins on both sides need to be slid out. Then the body of the cd changer rotates out of its cover.
Now, you can see down into the mechanism. A CD was still stuck in the reader, along with several shifted trays. I could simply remove the CD, and with a small screwdriver, shifted the trays back over so that I could then successfully eject it. I removed and realigned the trays, which had been jammed, and it worked once more! Reassembled and reinstalled ;-)

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opening by hand is you turn the motor.
if you put a power supply direct to the motor the pcb will be burnt
(giving a bigger problem).
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hi, does it take the tray out or stop half way?

the alpine changer mechs have a problem with jamming up.
this also covers the mercedes and BMW models too.

if its just tray 3 thats not working then it could be the tray try swapping the tray around this will rule out the mag/cart/tray. that way we can tell if its the changer or the mag/cart.

if its all trays that it dont work on the try tapping the mag with the handle of a screw driver while its trying to load, this is normally enouight to unjam the loading arm..



Mark
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Disc gets jammed mid-way between CD magazine slot and inside player


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