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Unit WILL NOT Turn ON

The unit will not TURN ON via button front, rear or remote. The 110 V outlet is HOT. This unit has the Power Cord permanently attached so it does not have a ON/OFF Power Switch at the rear. I believe everything in the manual and Trouble Shooting has been addressed. Please Help.

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  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2007

    my unit will not play dvd, when i place dvd in unit, turn on screen comes on blue and nothing happens, i push start, nothing, lcd light green, only thing happens i can touch top or bottom button and bar moves left to right. push start nothing, is battery dead, just bought unit last fall,

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2007

    unit has power going to it, intermittent at best, a pbs light on the front and red optical light on the back. that is all it will do.

  • evan57 Dec 20, 2007

    the display panel was flashing. I was unable to turn on or off using remote or on the unit. I switched it off from the main hoping that it may reset but know it does not show anything on the display. the only sign that power is going to the unit is the blinking red light in the rear optical port.

  • OFMGLOL Dec 21, 2007

    just wont turn on when i press the "on" button

  • thickey Dec 28, 2007

    Same basic problem -- Nothing happens when I depress the 'On/Standby button.

  • kafulu Jan 06, 2008

    my jvc xv-n212 powers on with a red light at the front. but dont have a remote to turn it on. that is to say it is in standby mode. is there any other way of reseting it.coz i have searched for remotes in vain.

  • Anonymous May 08, 2008

    it wont turn on...

  • malep May 16, 2008

    the unit will not turn on and I thought it was a problem with the power supply but still, after fixing a new one it did not work, so i am wondering wat the problem really is

  • needhelpindc Jun 08, 2008

    My on/off light will come on for a brief couple of seconds and then go out. My biggest problem is there is a DVD trapped in there. The power did go out when I was out of town last weekend. Any ideas?

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I have no power going to the unit, I understand while I was away an electrical storm happened and this has knocked a few peoples tv's and pc's out, so if I have had my DVD recorder's bits burnt, is it worth repair or just throwing it away??

Thanks Neil

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There is a high pitcg comming from the unit

Posted on Oct 05, 2007

  • tmogc Oct 05, 2007

    there is a high pitching sound comming from the unit

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Although power cord is permanently attached, connections inside machine have broken off (from personal experience)from moving or jiggling. Unplug machine then check and see. That is, unless you are getting an "ON" red or green light when your machine ON. A question, did you have a power outage? In case you had one,and power is restore, the voltage surge can fry almost any electrical components including computer, refrigerator, freezer etc. Solution? ...a good surge protector.

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