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Technical Question JVC XV-N5SL DVD , come in our shop for service. Originaly laser could not read the disc. customer tried to open and clean lasser. We have order new otical pick up 'lasser' assy, installed, everything worked fine. 2 weeks lader customer come with his remote control claiming that DVD plays fine, only when press 'ff' or 'play' in frames buttons on remote control won't do it? Customer has borrow remote control from another similar model did not do that function , but the same remote control does all function well on another unit? If you need more specific info. please let me know ASAP E Mail [email protected] Tech Zack Radosavcev 01/17/07 Tel 951-658-5018

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#1 Customer has using remonte control which is not same and made for the Model we replaced laser #2 we open the same unit the one we have replaced laser, put 2-3 small drops of lubricant oil on tracking mechanism (shaft) so when you forward DVD movie in frames tracking DC motor was driving that lasser more smoothly, and made the big difference. It's very critical how much resistance DC motor have while reading disc. Customer was happy -We had rersolve this without any JVC tech support.Those liitle tips nobody has -You should make a notes yourself Zack-Tech

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