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Tray error I have 5 CDs loaded in my JVC FS-S77. The player worked fine yesterday, but turning it on this morning, I a "tray err" message appeared on the screen. I can not play the CDs, nor can I remove them. Any suggestions? Thanks, David

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  • KShan Dec 07, 2008

    I have a CA-DXU10

    I put in a CD and try to play it, it displays Disc Tray Error and wont play and also am not able to remove the disc



    what can I do?

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I saw on another JVC systems manual that its an error message that shows when the tray isn't fully open due to an obstruction. If you can locate a manual eject button(usualy you'll need to insert some tip into it) it will help you eject the tray and look for any obstructions, anything looking out of the ordinary there. at least that way you'll be able to take your cds out... You can also try disconnecting the system from all power sources for a few days(including an internal battery), maybe the reset will jog it back to working order. If you're out of warranty and know your way around those things, try taking it apart, cleaning as much as you can, and look for anything out of the ordinary, like broken gears or pins, bent parts, a cog, etc. Good luck

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In my case, it swallowed 2 CDs at the same time. Guess I was lucky it lasted all these years, it made such a racket switching CDs. Unfortunately it was beyond the trays, and I had to open up the machine. The CDs had a few scratches, one a gouge but not on the tracks. Off to get a new one tray player. Risk one CD at a time.

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Hi, we had the same problem with out JVC UX G70. With a pincer we fetched out the small CD-pockets one by one. And then we tried again to play CD's and it worked fine.
hope this can help you.

Irene

Posted on Apr 18, 2010

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Get rid of the old one and buy a nw one

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