I can't get the LOCK function to disengage. I found the troubleshooter page online and tried to follow the directions. BUT it says to press 0 at the same time as pressing 7 on the player....problem....there is no 7 on the player! I need assistance! Thanks!
Though it may be different for different models, the JVC XV-N40 DVD Player LOCK can be disengaged (and engaged) by pressing the [EJECT] button while holding-down the [STOP] button. Yes, it's that simple but I had to search online to find it too. The XV-N212 did not appear on JVC's website when I looked for it there.
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The Blue Ray is just like a CD or DVD player.
If you have a disk in the unit and it will not eject through your my computer, find a paper clip and streghten it to about one inch.
On the face of the player, you will find a small hole. Insert the paper clip in the hole until you find the step. Bush forward and the door should open.
The disc lock function has been activated on your JVC XV-N320, when in this mode the tray cannot be opened or closed.
If you press the 'eject' button whilst pressing down the 'stop' button on the machine in standby mode the disc lock will deactivate. To turn it back on you follow the same procedure. This is also described in the user manual for this model of TV umder trouble shooting on page 13.
I found the manual for this dvd player online. There is a switch on the back of the player. PSCAN is Progressive Scan. Some TV's are not compatible with this function so the switch must be turned off. This worked and I was watching a dvd last night!
The Disc Tray Will Not Open And/Or There Is A Disc Stuck In The Player.Some DVD Players manufactured prior to 2003 have a Dealer Lock or Child Lock function. This will prevent the panel buttons from operating.
This function is activated by pressing the STOP button on the front panel and the POWER button on the remote control simultaneously for four seconds in the power on state. Repeating this sequence releases the dealer lock. When the dealer lock in activated, DEALER LOCK ON or DEALER LOCK OFF scrolls on the display.
If this does not resolve your problem there may be an error with in the player. To resolve this try the following these steps:
Unplug the DVD player from the electrical outlet and leave it unplugged for thirty seconds.
Plug the DVD player back in to the electrical outlet, but do not turn the DVD player on.
With the DVD player off, press the [Open/Close] button on the front of the DVD player. The home theater should power on when you press the [Open/Close] button and eject the tray.
Turn off recorder. Hold the on/off button on the dvd player for a few seconds. until "CHILD LOCK" disappears. The child lock is now disengaged...Check page 37 in the manual (I found it online -- same thing happened to my player -- I just freed it) www.manualshark.org/manualshark/files/4/pdf_6908.pdf
How I got my DVD
from ”lock” condition My DVD (Panasonic m:
DMR-ES10) had gone to ”locked” condition without any warning. Perhaps the reason
was that I transfered the machine when it was on and recording was going… Guidebook didn´t help to resolve the problem, neither
Internet. Finally I managed to solve the promlem . This is how i did step by
step: 1)Power on 2)Hello 3)read 4)no disc 5)functions 6)to others 7)setup 8)select down
arrow 9)disc 10)select
right arrow 11)setings
for playback 12)enter 13)ratings
(level8) 14)enter 15)No limit 16)enter 17)”The Recorder
is now unlocked” (picture of open lock) 18)enter 19)return 20)return After this DVD works normally. Jalmari