Question about JVC DR-MV1SU DVD Recorder/VCR
I tried that to no avail.
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
I went to the JVC website http://support.jvc.com/consumer/support/support.jsp?pageID=5
and filled out the form.
I received an email as below:
I understand that your unit may be experiencing a loading error. In effort to troubleshoot this error yourself, please try the following steps.
1. Reset the unit by holding the power and stop buttons at the same time. The unit will power off and start loading again.
2. Unplug the unit for more than 15 minutes and plug it back in.
If the unit fails to function properly after this reset procedure you will need to ship your unit to our factory service center for evaluation. Your unit may qualify for a free update. This will be determined by the factory service center upon arrival. If it is determined by our factory that it is indeed part of the loading update, we will update the recorder and return it to you in a timely manner. However, if the factory determines this to be an unrelated issue, you will receive an estimate regarding the charges to repair the recorder. Please pack you unit carefully and include a note describing the problem and send it in to our Factory Service Center. Click here http://www.jvc.com/support/support.jsp?pageID=10 to find the closest one to you.
It might be worth a try to see if they may consider repairing it with the free update.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
JVC DR-MV1SU COMBO (DVD-VHS) IS NOTHING BUT $400 + PURE JUNK. DON'T PURCHASE ANY JVC PRODUCTS
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
It is pretty common problem.
If all of your DVDs are having same problems,
it is most likely either optical sensor is at fault. The other could be the actual loading mechanism problem.
If the dvd tray(drawer) closes all the way in but the DVD disc never completes the loading(reading) procedures, 1) it could be simply dirty or damaged disc. 2) the optical pickup device (eye) is dirty or just went defective. 3) sometimes the drawer tray that houses the DVD did not complete to engage in disc reading position can produce this result.
I would suggest: first check the position of the drawer and condition(s) of your DVD disc itself.
If the pickup device(optical eye) is dirty or defective, that needs to be serviced by a qualified technician. or contact JVC service center. Their information can be found at
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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