Question about JVC Televison & Video
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This happend to me before on a toshiba 2 disk dvd changer it i searched on the net for lasers but it was about 30 to 40 dollars i got lucky and found a single disk toshiba in a trash and dicided to have a look i opened both and they looked the same so i swapped it out and it worked my suggestion is if its an old player and u have a little money scrap it u can buy a cheap walmart brand for about 30-40 dollars and if ur a home theater freak and have hdmi ports on your tv and if your tv is 1080p the get an upconvert dvd player which tranforms your standard dvd to 1080p which is a way better than regular dvd but not as good as blue ray
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
click the link all help with perfect diagrams given just look at it and connect youras as per the diagrams.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
This is not a good solution but it is one I have used for extreme situations.
Take a single strand from an old cheap lamp cord and solder it across the ends of the fuse. This will create a new fuse of approx. 1 amp. I made a safe cross country flight in a private plane by making a temporary fuse when a new one wasn't available.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Check the power supply and all the capacitors throughout the unit, i have found that this is normally the case when an item will not power on and is displaying red LEDS. Good Luck.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the prompt reply. I do not have the necessary equipment for testing my JVC DR-MV5SU. Is it wworth having repaired? "
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