Question about JVC THC5 Home Theater System with 5-Disc DVD Changer System

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5-disk autochanger I moved and was re-setting up my system...the controller unit was turned up-side down and I heard what I thought was a disk "move" inside. I inspected the unit to see, but no disk were inside. I removed the cover and then removed the autochanger itself. There is what appears to be a disk tray (not the tray the disks are loaded into, but one they appear to be moved to for play) - that has been "disloged" and was loose in the unit. I'm sure that I can put it back in (it doesn't appear to be broken), but I can't figure out how/where it is supposed to be installed. Do you have a diagram of how it is "supposed" to be assembled? Please help. Thank you

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  • irishlucky Jun 02, 2008

    This is a JVC THC 5 Home Theatre System

  • irishlucky Jun 02, 2008

    I'm not looking for an "instruction manual" or a "users guide"....I need an exploded view of the autochanger. (I don't need a wiring schematic)

  • irishlucky Jun 02, 2008

    I've got 3 photo's....where do I send them?

  • irishlucky Jun 04, 2008

    The metal cover SM1-1M cannot be removed, at least not easily.

    I removed the white plastic cover shown above it that is attached with two screws. This houses the disc trays.

    The tray installed above the disc trays, in the orientation you suggested.

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Since diagrams are very scarce for these types of system, I suggest contacting the manufacturer at (800) 252-5722 or supportproinfo@jvc.com and they should be able to get someone who can help you out with either a diagram through email or by step by step directions. Let me know if they are unable and I will see what else I can do or who I can find to get what you need.

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    Benjamin Patri Jun 02, 2008

    yes I know you don't want a manual but companies are very protective about documents like you are needing and so if you explain the situation, they should help you otherwise you may have to send a picture and send it to me so I can tell you what to do

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    Benjamin Patri Jun 02, 2008

    bestdarntootingood@yahoo.com like I posted in your other thread, I will reply as soon as I can after you send them

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    Benjamin Patri Jun 03, 2008

    alright, so to start you will want to remove the top metal piece with the big SM1-1M on it. The black tray goes in with the open end facing in and it is right-side up in the picture and should go in with only a 90 degree clockwise turn.

    There is a white tab with a metal arm on the top left of the second picture, the tray should attach to this. The assembly on the bottom moves vertically. I am unable to clearly see any other points of connection on the top sides but the tray should hook at the top and if you are still having trouble getting it to connect, then please take a side picture of both sides on the inside preferably with the top off but I hope this helps


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    Benjamin Patri Jun 04, 2008

    sounds good, if everything is fixed and working now, feel free to rate my solution for feedback purposes and if you need any more help, feel free to contact me here otherwise have a good day

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    Benjamin Patri Jun 08, 2008

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This product manual should be able to guide you in the reinstallation of this piece.

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