Went to bed after leaving my "new" DVR6200T to record a film later on. Got up this morning to find the unit not responding to any comand given with the remote. Tried unpluging everything and cutting all power, but after replacing all leads correctly and checked many times.it only comes back with a blank sceen and " in it " written on the front of the console.sometimes after powering back up after a short time ( 10 minutes) rec appears for a short time and goes to a (in it) message. this i can only mean some sort of eror.
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This happened last night on my new-to-me JVC SR-MV55. Even powering it off for five minutes didn't help. It apparently crashed during dubbing (couldn't create more than 9 chapter codes?).
Manual suggested holding down Stop and Power after powering it down. But no matter how long I held Power it wouldn't stop flashing. But I tried Stop/Powwer for a bit, nothing seemed to happen, then maybe 15 seconds later it restarted "WAKE UP'".
Hi abrooks...Clicking on the following URL will take you directly to the Acceptance Page that will allow you to download the proper update applicable to your Unit and Issue. Applying this update to your player will provide your resolution....good luck my friend
The following are details of the file that you will be downloading;
Last Updated: 5/2/2006
Description: This version restores IR Remote operation if the unit has stopped responding. After this update has been installed, please be sure to disconnect the unit from AC power for a minimum of 30 seconds.
it is possible that the power supply unit in the DVD has failed. You will need to open and ccheck, the fuse might be open and if a new fuse blows out then the SMPS unit is faulty.
Possible that the Sm driver IC /driver has failed. Possible also for allied components to have failed.
Or else you can change with a new unit.