Question about Televison & Video
The fault is mechanical. To repair it, you have to open the set, and disassemble the mechanism, and is a skilled work. A belt or a gear wheel might be faulty. The cost of component will be less, but replacing it is a difficult task, and will be charged accordingly.
Posted on Apr 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVD/Video recorder blinking
This is an issue for this machine. It happened to me, and after some internet research, I found that JVC acknowleged it (on their web site). The unit was still under warranty, and JVC had me ship it to them for repair. It was fixed... for about a year. It started doing the same thing recently. I only had enough time to discover that I hadn't purchased any extended warranty, then the thing quit altogether. Wouldn't even power up, wouldn't eject the tape or DVD that were inside. I gave up, and took the case off to recover the tape and DVD. What I found inside was what looked like any DVD or CD drive from any computer. Since I had a case for an external IDE drive, I hooked it up to my Mac using that drive. Good news! Not only did it eject my DVD when I pushed the button, I found that my Mac with OS X Tiger recognized the drive! With absolutely NO software installation (not even a driver), My Mac now burns DVDs beautifully on that drive using Toast. At least I salvaged something really good from that piece of junk sold by JVC.
Posted on May 24, 2007
F61 error codes could either be IC501 or the regulator (IC502) in the power supply section.
For reference, pls view these two (2) posts here and here of similar concern on other models.
Other possibilities are:
1. fan not turning;
2. cold solder;
3. looses connections;
4. one of the other components/systems hooked up to the power supply is causing a fault (tuner, disc player).
Hope this be of additional help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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Posted on Apr 26, 2008
almost 50% chance is to for the failure of the lens strip, try to replace with a new one very low costly it arround 4Rs , after rhat this problem presist replace the lens also
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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