20 Most Recent JVC XV-N212 DVD Player Questions & Answers

try to check the rca cables or go to main menu try to find the sound set up choose the stereo mode.

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Oct 12, 2010

Try inserting a pin through the hole beneath the pray. Push the eject button and then insert. If you can't find such a hole, push the eject button and tap hard on the top of the tray twice or thrice. If it is not still working, check for any loose connection.

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Apr 20, 2010

if the batteries in the remote are very weak..

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Nov 15, 2009

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

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on May 13, 2009

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

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Feb 28, 2009

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:

Happy viewing to all!

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Feb 21, 2009

Did you possibly switch where your wires are hooked up? I just tried hooking my player up to a new tv and I had a black and white picture at one point. Make sure your video wires hook to the proper colored ports.

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Sep 08, 2008

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.

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Aug 28, 2008

You will use component video cables.  They come in threes and all they require you to do is connect the DVD output with the TV input and match the cable colors on both ends.  They will be red, white, and yellow.  The yellow is the video, and red and white are left and right audio.  If your TV is too old to have stereo audio, only one (red or white) audio cable needs to be connected.  It doesn't matter which.  The yellow cable always needs to be connected.

Another option, but a slightly less common one, is to use a single AV cable to connect the two.  The reason this is less common is because most newer TV's do not have AV input, and newer DVD players do not have AV output.  If it does, however, this is the most simple, and you probably wish to take advantage of it, so you have a connection available when you purchase a newer unit which does not have AV.

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Aug 13, 2008

Hide all remotes from the line of sight of the unit and see if this helps....accordianman

JVC XV-N212 DVD... | Answered on Feb 22, 2008

Use the App Search feature.

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