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Noise interference When going into Navigation or Program, there is a carckling noise. This is present when recording. However, it will play back DVDs and programs pre-recorded on the hard drive when not 'crackling'. This prblem is spasmodic.

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Re: Noise interference

I had the same fault - only answer is to take/send to the nearest JVC repairer. (Cost me £68 which included a £45 service fee!)

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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