Question about JVC AM FM CD DET FACE CAR STEREO
This is out of warranty; was playing a disc, no. 7 of 12 when suddenly it jammed up. Shows message RESET 01. I followed the printed instruction to hold the reset button ... repeatedly & tried switching car on/off ... and tried wiggling the cassette ... no luck
I contacted the retailer - can't help & does not have a JVC repeairs nubre; tried jvc.co.uk - has everything except someone to contact re repairs.
Any suggestions welcoeme. Either (a) Any way to 'self repair' it or (b) a JVC repair phone number or (c) if I go ahead & buy a replacement ... how to get my discs out!!!! Thanks, Robin from Kent
to manually eject the cd cassette pierce the protective seel on the compulsory eject hole located on the left side of the unit, use a long narrow object like electrical screwdriver and carefully insert it, make sure you put it in straight.
the cd cassette will then eject allowing you to remove cd's.
after re-insertion repeat the re-set procedure by holding in the eject button on unit.
hope this helps
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
I would pull off cover, unscrew and remove top carriage of tray and remove your disc. While your at it you should take cotton swab and dip it in rubbing alcohol and clean the laser lens. Then reinstall carriage and top cover and try using it again.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Disconnect the changer from car if still connected. Power is not needed and should not be connected.
Open top cover by unscrewing all the screws from the sides including holder screws if present. Lift up the to cover preferably from the back.
You will end up with the changer looking like above, Manually move the mechanism sliders at the back till the big circle matches with the small circle.
The cd holder pops out. Remove it gently. You might have to apply a gently force 3/4 way out. Remove cds holder. Now remove the cds from the component.
When you put it back, make sure to slide the mechanism to it's original position to hold the cd component.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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