Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
If is possible that either the holding lid to the spindle is wobbling or that your laser is mistuned., You can open the set and check for low setting of the main spindle, lift this if the lid is too much to the bottom of teh motor. Next check for dirt or particles in the Cd mechanism and the optical lens. clean and check. If not the lase need to focus more for the data to be read. for this you will need acess to the rear of the optical unit and should be done with an anti static tool. Attempt to do this only if competant with such electronics circuits. Since you mentioned new I believe if there is warranty to claim for this optical unit you must do so rather than waste by tampering. So go and make a claim or call up the dealer to confirm. If no help is coming you might need to change the optical unit assebly. Hope the Cd's you have played were good one. Helpful? Good day
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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