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Posted on Sep 14, 2007

Power Problems I'm having problems with my JVC XV-500. Right now when I power the unit up, it briefly displays "HELLO" then shuts off. Is there a factory reset for this model or is ther a solution to fixing it? I've taken it apart thinking that there was something jam the tray and inspected all cables. Please help..don't want to have to buy another DVD player Thanks Dion

  • t587l Nov 08, 2007

    When I press the power button the display briefly says "hello" and then shuts off. And repeat...

  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2007

    have the same problem power it up and it displays hello, if push open moves just a little then shuts down, willnot open or turn on

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I have the same exact problem; what a piece of junk. I have only had it a short time.

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