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Diana Dent Posted on Aug 02, 2006
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Constantly Loading My DVD/Video combi is just out of warranty, (purchased 06/06/2005). I noticed it flashing Loading without a DVD insitu. When I try to open the DVD drawer nothing happens so I cant load a DVD to check whether it is a laser or dust problem. The video works fine! I emailed JVC and got the following reply: This symptom is due to a malfunction of the unit and our technical support dept are aware of this and has the hardware upgrade for it. As after sales service(12 months warranty) operates through the dealer, we would recommend you contact your dealer from whom the purchased was made. They will arrange service under the terms of the guarantee. Your dealer will be aware of our technical support service, who will offer every assistance to ensure that an effective repair is made. I bought the unit from a website and because the warranty is up no-one seems interested, even though JVC are aware of the problem! Any ideas or advice would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Diana Dent Aug 15, 2006

    Thanks Deb
    I'm in the UK and have spoken to several people who's JVC DVDs have started playing up! Perhaps there is a common fault which JVC are not admitting to? Keep in touch
    Di

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2007

    Whether I unplug and let set or what ever it constatly shows loading and unable to open the DVD tray or operate any system.

  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2008

    I was watching a DVD when it started flashing loading even though the movie was only playing a couple of minutes it use to work now all it does is flash loading

  • afamili Dec 12, 2008

    I have same problem with Sony RDR-GX330.

    IT IS STUCK ON "WELCOME ".

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I just fixed my player by removing the top cleaning the lens and spinning the gears that should be in veiws gives it a jump start and now plays fine. Hope this helps.

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Replace spindle motor and lazer

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Just called JVC tech support. They admit problem and will repair for free (just ship it to them) 11-15-06

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A new DVD disc hangs in "load" or gets stuck in "format" or "finalize" modes seems a very common problem with Sony's recorders. First pull the power plug, then swing down the DVD tray door, there's a little gear on the lower left that can be carefully turned to eject the disc. This has happened to me several times since i got this recorder in January. Obviously a control logic bug.

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I have done additional research and found several sites that list this problem. This sound like a lemon problem and there may be lemon laws in your state. I live in California and will be checking into it. Wish us luck!

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Everything in repair is money, all depends in cost, you paid for what you get and you get what you pay for..if it cost you a lot you repair it but if was cheap dont waist you time.. I can tell you send it to JVC they will help you but how much you gona paid for it (shiping insurance and time) better check for a local tech may be is cheaper...good luck

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I had a similar problem. Try holding down the stop and eject buttons for 3 to 15 seconds. If that doesn't work, try stop, eject and play.

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SOURCE: DVD Recorder stuck on "loading"

That's exactly the same problem as I have, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Used to solve it by turning off at the plug and restarting. Now won't load up at all though. I love the machine - when it works - it just isn't very often!

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SOURCE: DVD displys "loading" constantly

I have the same unit with the same problem. Its been to JVC 2 times for power supply repair(the power supply overheats). I am now having this again and will send it a third time. I was told by JVC they will replace the unit after 3 repairs. We'll see??

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SOURCE: JVC DVD player problem

press and hold I\P button from remote control

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