Question about JVC CH-X1100RF 12-Disc CD Changer
Dear John, I assume that the eject button on your changer is defective for which you wan to remove the unit. Usually the changer is mounted by two sets of L-clamps. it will be fitted at the bottom or side mounted. removing the screws on the sides can get your unit dismounted. there is a power cord and a bunch connector which you can remove and disconnect. If you have the broken key of the eject, use a good glue to fix, if not you will need to fix a fashioned button that can be glued into the panel that will touch the small button switch within. Normally the button would be found inside if it broke while on action. Hope this helps! Good day
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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