Question about JVC Car Audio & Video
Try pressing the source button and the eject button at the same time. This is called a "forced eject" which works only on some JVC radios.
If that does not work try pressing the reset button, I would tell you where to find it but you did not say what model number the radio is.
Many JVC radios have the reset button behind the detachable face. Remove the face and look to see if there is a small hole with a swicth behind it and use something small to press the switch.
If none of this helps you will most likely need to take it in for service at a service center.
Let me know if you need more help, and please give more details about the radio and the problem.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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