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Your lens is repeatedly touching the disc. In the future, this could be a big issue, and it is a sign that your lens is breaking down. On the slimline models, specifically SCPH-70000 models or greater, the lasers are disposable just about. They weaken easily, and they stop working fast. You can get a new laser for about 20 dollars from some websites.
Check some of your discs. If you notice any circular scratches, you'll know that your lens is touching the disc. Does it still read PSX, PS2 games (including DVD-9 dual layer games like Guitar Hero) well? Does it read fast? Can you still watch movies on your PS2? If not, your lens is breaking and you'll need to replace it.
The power supply consists of two parts: the AC cord with a two-prong connector on one end and a double barrel plastic connector; and the large rectangular power supply which has a dual prong receptor on the side and a long cable which plugs into the JBL unit.
In my case, I had plugged the double barrel plastic connector into the dual prong receptor backwards. Even though I was getting full power to the unit, this somehow caused the speakers to become inoperative.
Of course, I would offer a recommendation to JBL that their power supplies are made to be "dummy proof" so this does not happen to others as well.
1. Press the SET button
2. Use the TRK (SEARCH+TUNE) buttons to move the time forward or backward.
3. Press SET again.
Note: While you are in clock-setting mode, there's a red clock icon that will show up on the LCD display.
Have you replaced the laser yourself? before installing it you should remove a soldered joint on the laser, it is just like two points soldered together, just desolder that and put it back, it will work. Good luck
Make your own template with some thin cardboard. (cereal box) Turn the unit upside-down with the 3 spacers in place & mark their location with a pencil. Then mark the front edge & sides of the radio onto the cardboard. Instant template!
Chris, I know it has been a while since you posted this and I don't know if you ever solved your problem but if not....you might want to check out this sight.