Question about JVC XL-MC334 200-Disc CD Changer
I packed this disc changer away for a couple years. Now, I unpacked it and hooked it up and it doesn't work correctly. The problem is the disc carosel(sp) doesn't match up with the number the machine indicates. for example, the machine has the readout as disc 132, and when you look at the physical carosel, it shows 63. bottom line, it won't play any CD's in this condition. help?
HI. the main board is ok. this is the actions of a malfunctioning optical lens assembly. the lens is unable to read, due to the damage to its structure or, the laser has burned out.
The main board is programed to issue the (no disk) alert if the lens doesn't relay audio data. simply replacing the failed optical lens assembly will fix this issue.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
If it has been playing CD's for over 5 years (really reliable CD player.) then I'd think it's had it's life, it needs to rest now. Meaning it's dead so you either get a replacement or a get a new CD player.
This is what happened to my mum by the way. ;)
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
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