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JVC TH-R1 home cinema DVD player. A disc was put in and message flashed open/ close constantly. Turned off at mains, now flashing Please Wait constantly and cannot get machind to do anything. Have tired switching off for some time, holding down on/off switch.

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There is a problem with one or both of the audio amp circuits. The amp is going into a protect mode as to protect and save your speakers. Sorry but there is no simple fix. this will need to go to the shop to be diagnoised. Good Luck

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SOURCE: LG DR-4810 DVD Displays " PLEASE WAIT"

C113 10v 1000uF cap off an XFRMR in power supply board. Cooked and gone high esr. Replace with a 16v.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

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Thanks for your help, but I couldn't wait any longer and took care of the problem. This is what I did to fix it: With the dvd player unplugged, I removed all the screws and opened up the dvd player to make sure that there was no dvd stuck inside. Once I confirmed that there were no obstructions, I then proceeded to plug in the dvd player so I can see how the player reacted to the error messages. I noticed that every time I pressed the eject button, the section where the sensor reads the disc was slightly moving but not fully reacting. So right above the laser sensor apparatus, there's a white plastic circular piece and I moved that around a few times and it did the trick. Problem solve, the dvd player is working like a champ. Hope this helps if someone out there that has the same problem.

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

SOURCE: JVC KD-G431 IN CAR CD PLAYER "000ZAAA" Error

I had the same problem. It started when I tried to play an MP3 track from a "Creative Zen Vision M" Media Player. The result was the same as you describe = Maddening. It was extremely annoying that the CD player did not work. I thought I had broken the equipment.

Then my wife read the product hand book , and noticed on page 2 http://jvcmobile.co.uk/documents/products/KD-G431%20Instructions.pdf it showed, where using a pen you can reset the equipment back to the original settings. I thought I might as well give a try. It worked = Fixed. Amazing. I was so relieved. Such an easy solution.

Give it a go. I reckon there is a good chance it will fix your problem, and you will also be very relieved. Just use a basic MP3 player in future. GOOD LUCK !!!

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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You're drawing too much power from it. Sounds like maybe your sub is hooked up wrong, double check that.

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