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Appears no power in unit. no lights or display. verified power into connector plugged onto primary board. xv-n212 jvc dvd acually loaded dvd disc then power ceased. again 120v onto primary board.

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Sounds like faulty DC regulation in the power supply - due to numerous faulty electrolytic capacitors and/or IC regulators.

Check ALL the caps, and replace ALL of them as required. (You can easily do a visual inspection of the caps - some may have bulged, split their vents (in their tops) or leaked.) Electrolytics tend to have a short life, and, as these are inexpensive, you can adopt the blanket approach and replace all of them in the PSU circuit. They are available in every electronics shop - including Radio Shack. If this does NOT fix the 'dying power' issue, the unit may have to be submitted to a repair centre for a quote on further repair, and parts if necessary. At least with a quote you can make a decision afterwards as to whether it is worthwhile fixing or not. Up to you.

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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JVC XV - N212 Manual required


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I've the manual you want. But it is a large file in Adobe Acrobat Reader [pritable version], and this site does not allow me to upload such large files. If you send your Email address to me by Fixya, I'll send it to you by mail. OK.

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JVC XV-N212 DVD player - unlocking region code


It is not a permanent hack, you will have to to it over for every movie you put in.

1. When "REGION CODE ERROR" shows on screen after you've input your wrong-region DVD you push "ON SCREEN".

2. When the DVD-menu is showing push "ON SCREEN" again and another DVD-menu will appear.

3. Move the arrow over to the clock and press enter. The menu asks for "TIME" and you write 0:00:00 and push enter.

4. You will now see the menu for the movie. Remove the DVD-menu by pushing "ON SCREEN" once. You can now watch the movie.

Don't think theres a pernament one for this player yet but i'll try and post it on here if i ever find one. Sorry.

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I found websites that sell them for a little under $20 by typing in the model number on the front of the remote.

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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.

Here's a link to the material that coves with the player in the box:
http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/96/GNT0027-001A.pdf

Happy viewing to all!

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This unit is hard-wired to be the region for which it was sold;sorry...accordianman

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Plug in the DVD player into a different power outlet to see if it's faulty power outlet. If the DVD player is still acting up, then it's either a faulty power supply unit or a faulty main board. Either way you'll have to get it fixed.

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If you cleanred the optics and this didnt help then you did all you can do without more test equipment. Your player might need an focus or tracking offset alighnment or a focus or tracking gain alighnment or the unit could have a defective laser. Only by connecting it up to test equipment will a tech be able to tell.

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