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Unit in constant Loading state

Hi,My JVC has gone into meltdown,when i power it up it states "Loading" on the front and does not do anything else,I have left it over night to see if it boots but it still say's "Loading" in the morning.Can anyone help please.

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  • dpelrod Jan 25, 2009

    will not boot... display shows "loading" and does nothing else... will not power off... must disconnect power cord... tried the reset method from manual and another web site without results...

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Same problem on my JVC DR-DX5SU. Says "loading..." and will not respond. Factory solution is to quickly unplug and plug / or unplug for several hours and plug-in. I suspect that is to cold start and clear error flags. Did not work for me. I looked at the power supply board (immediately behind the DVD drive, on top of the hard disk). I noticed one capacitor was "bulging" on the top. See photo. Electrolytic caps should never be bulging - if anything, the top should be slightly concave.Cap was SAMXON 1500uF,10V,1400mA ripple - I suspect either voltage or current ripple spikes were exceeding its capability. Replaced it with a Panasonic EEUFR1C182 (Mouser.com), 1800uF, 16v, 2470 ripple current, to give it extra margin. Runs correctly now.Unit in constant Loading state - 1_30_2013_1_21_49_pm.jpg

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Send the unit to the JVC Service Center with a note explaining the problem, your name, and address. They will likely replace a few resistor and your machine should act like new.

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