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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The laser is damaged or dirty. Try gently swabbing the lens with rubbing alcohol and drying with canned air. If this fails the laser is damaged and unrepairable.
Posted on Sep 12, 2007
I have brought my system to a JVC service center in January. They kept it for 2 months, trying to find the problem.... Finally, they told me that they would need to replace the whole CD player section (drawers + reader assembly). The cost of this repair would be more than the cost of a new system !!! I now have a large, expensive RADIO TUNER in my bedroom, without CD player :-(. I hope someone will find a solution. This is the last JVC system I purchase, EVER.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
SOURCE: CD player does not work
If you are using home-made, or "Burnt" CDs, this is the root of the problem. Toyota Cd players are sometimes not compatible with the abovementioned CD's. Also, if the CD is scratched badly on the bottom side closest to the "hole", the info that the CD reads to "know" that the CD is physically IN the drive may be compromised.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
Make sure the red wire is still connected or make sure the red wire hasn't been severed. Also, check the fuses located in the engine compartment. The red wire connects accessory terminal in the fuse block. Also check the fuses in the cabin. This fuse box is typically located on the driver's side, at knee level, next to the door panel, and underneath the dashboard. As a last resort, the unit can be taken to an authorized or factory service center.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: 6-Disc CD Changer is not working
Unfortunately most times with these 6-disc systems once it quits working it is usually time for a new unit. The manufacturers all reccomend reprogramming the radio, but this rarely does anything other than waste your time and money. Go for the new radio.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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