Question about JVC HR-XVC19S DVD Player/VCR
Besides bounching this off a concrete wall for some satisfaction, try unplugging it for a couple of hours at least four hours and then plug it back in. Wait for it to stop loading and you may be able to watch one movie, two if your lucky before it starts flashing again. I've even sent mine to JVC for repair and got a year out of it but it's flashing again. This JVC item is the biggest piece of junk out there, if you read up on it it's had nothing but problems. Save yourself a lot of headaches and buy a new one and chock it up to experience.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
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If it won't PLAY VHS tapes it must have a serious mechanical problem (if it even loads) or its heads are glommed up, so it obviously won't record them either. When's the last time you ran a cleaning tape through it?
Solve the load or playback problem and it will probably record.
Time and poor storage conditions are the mortal enemies of tapes. Store the in a 'played
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