Question about JVC XV-S500 DVD Player
I also the same JVC XVS-500 DVD that flashes "hello" and then turns off. I took it apart and cleaned it and tried the test and reset; no change.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
First thing, you need to check why it is not opening. do you hear sounds when you push the open button. if you do, there is a broken rubber band. open the cover of the device, take the dvd playing section, (make sure when you unplug wire to know exactly where they go) once you change the rubber band, try to play and see if not, reset the machine. good luck
Posted on Apr 09, 2007
I had the exact same problem yesterday (4/8) and just playing with the open/close button several times the drawer finally opened completely and closed like it should. i then did the reset sequence and all is back to normal
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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