Question about JVC DR-MV1S DVD Recorder/VCR
As i have posted on the other problem, very similar to this, the problem is power failure in the unit's system like faulty capacitators....which when they fail will not allow the correct amount of electricity into it's main operating "motherboard" of the DVD and or vcr....if not...try to hold down the power button next time it goes off...for a while and see if it turns off again...or un-plug and re-plug, or another alternative is to see what happens when you un-plug it and leave it for about a few days, then plug it back in. With mine there is some flashing, but it goes back to working normaly, functioning perfectly, dvd side works with playback and record, vcr plays and records..etc (until it goes back into its next 'loading' seizure). Gud luck with this one people =) [im refering to my unit for these solutions, so don't blame me if it doesn't work specifically for yours], if you are planing to getting it reparied for somthing more than $100 AUS..then i don;t recomend. beacuse at that price it isnt worth it. You can get brand new units, of better reliance for about $300 AUS nowadays. =)
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
I agree with you T Scott, for the hassle of getting it fixed if your nat game to tinker with it yourself, it's better to ditch the box and get a whole new one. Even if you get JVC to replace it like we did 2 years ago the warranty only lasts fro the original purchase date. Go figure, surely a new unit should have a new warranty?
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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