My JCV TH-C5 system is not ejecting the individual disc trays, and it will not play the DVDs and CDs that are in there either. The only response I get when I press a command is a mild buzzing noise, as if the system is trying to respond to the command, but cannot proceed, and then the buzzing noise stops (which lasts for about 6-7 seconds). I have already locked and unlocked the disc tray ejection, as a form of resetting, but witnessed no change.
This problem is caused by the "worned out" rubber band that enable the mutiple trays to rotate.Hence, the disc is not able to be detected and played by the system. Remove the system cover, take a look inside at the rotational axis part and replace the "rubber band" that loses it elasticity.
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Re: disc tray and playback problems
Unplug the unit for 12 to 24 hours. if that doesnt work, take apart the unit and manually clean the lens on the laser assy with a cotton swab and a little alcohol. Dry it off with the dry end of the swab and see if that helps. if it does not help, your going to need to take the unit in to be looked at.
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Push in the plug connected to the "Video Out" jack on the rear of the Dvd to ensure it is connected firmly. Check the connection at the back of the TV as well.
Press the "Source" or "Input" button on the TV remote to verify the television's input is set to the DVD connection.
Press the "open/close" button on the front of the DVD to open the disc tray. Insert and test different DVDs to determine if the problem is with a specific disc, or if the player will not operate.
Eject the DVD tray and insert the DVD laser lens cleaner. Close the tray and wait a few seconds for the cleaning disc to load. Press "Play" on the front control panel to spin the disc through the cleaning cycle.
Remove the cleaning disc, insert a DVD and test playback operation. If the machine still will not play discs, the main receiver unit may require internal repairs best left to an experienced technician.
its very common for 1 of those 5 trays to get stuck in the unit usually with a disc as well --you will have to manually go in while its unplugged elevate the tray by spinning 1 of the 2 large gears near the front of the mech and reseat the tray
this is a problem the microsoft has been working on ... remove any disc from the tray> unplug it from all power the plug it back in> open the disc tray .. leave it open for a little while like 10-15 seconds .. then put the game in and it should work .. if it does not however you have one of the defected disc trays and you'll need to get it repaired by microsoft .. i know its not what you want to hear but hey at least they will fix it free of charge =]
On the unit, press the stop button and the cd eject button at the same time. The screen will say locked still. Release them and press them together again at the same time. The screen will now read unlocked. You can then eject the cd.
The tray won't open. I took top off and dvd top side holder, but the laser mechanism won't disengage so the tray will open, even with no dvd in it. How do
I reset it. I power on, hit open key, it makes hum noise then goes by to
In response to your jvc-a75r DVD player, sometimes the solution might be less complex than it may appear. Had the same problem with my Samsung s321,the machine refused to read DVD's but would play CD's no problem. Simply opened up the cover(usually)4-6 small screws, and found my dog's hair inside of the player covering the laser eye.Electrostatic ionization
attracts dust,etc. into the player remarkably well sometimes. Carefully used a cotton swap to remove debri. PLayerworked fine afterwards