Question about JVC KD-LH7R CD Player
It is likely that the optics are presenting a problem. This may be a simple as a layer of dust in the laser lens. Try a CD lens cleaner disc if you have one, but they are not that effective at the best of times. . Hand cleaning the lens is the best solution. If you are up to it, use a q tip (cotton bud) moistened with Windex glass cleaner,and to polish and clean the lens in a circular motion, then use a dry one to be sure that no smears are left. Then try again. Happy to answer any questions you may have about this procedure. Please rate this solution. Cheers.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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