Question about JVC HR-XV2 DVD Player/VCR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not having seen that particular one, remote cases usually have a couple
screws under the battery to lock the case together and then a number of
plastic tabs around the perimiter that hold the joint closed.
find the screws (sometimes they hide them under labels) - I don't know
what it is about screws that manufacturers don't like to show.
Either think they are not cosmetic or don't want us take-it-apart
maniacs to get in. Anyway, get the screws loose then (this is the
hard part) carefully pry open the case joint, feeling where and how the
tabs snap out and then be careful not to have everything inside go
flying when the last one lets loose. Almost impossible to not
leave little gouge marks in the joint.
Hope Ya Fis It!
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
SOURCE: JVC Camcorder Model # GR-D270U
I think youre talking about safeguard mode.
Here is the manual if you don't have one:
See page 51. There should be an error indication number as well.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
SOURCE: JVC HR-S9500U
OK, found the problem. Another website had the same question on the HR-S9600U, the 9500's replacement:
I checked my vcr, and, sure enough, there was a sort of clicking sound coming from the drum area immediately before the unit would go into "Auto" mode. I removed the complete drum assembly, and tore into the little gearbox, and found the two black, plastic gears with inside pinions that drive the metal screws to change the video head position had each cracked and were slipping on the shafts. This caused the gearbox to bind up.
Using a jeweler's screwdriver, I roughed up the metal shaft and the inside of the gears where they slip onto the shafts, and glued them on using a two-part epoxy. I then re-assembled it all, sorta setting the screws about two turns after their contact with the base of the upper drum. Now, upon power-up, the drum adjusting motor toggles one direction, then the other, and the unit stays on. Playback seems OK.
So, there you go. Yay me....
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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