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my friend u r going 2 have 2 take it apart. you will have 2 unscrew 4 or 6 screws from the side or bottem 2 take off the top a take out the cds yourself. its not hard 2 do.just remember tht a disk changer can b off track. its possible 2 pull it open but dnt do it if u will break the door track
Hi there, this lens may be dirty or it may have a thin layer of heat film that is causing it to not read in a consistent manner. i would try to clean the lens with a good CD lens cleaner. if the cleansingdoesn't restore the lens to its original reading state, this will confirm lens assembly failure and you will need to replace this assembly.
The disc is loaded upside-down in the disc rack or the disc is dirty or scratched, try another disc and make sure the top side (label side with printing) is facing towards the back of the rack, away from you. The bottom or data side should face out towards the front of the rack. If that does not work then your laser picups inside may need cleaning. Make sure your disc is clean and now scratches.
The problem is in the mechanism,maybe when you put another disc while playing that is cause. There is a misaligment there in the tray you better checked it out,and also the lense by using a cotton buds.thats all for now Hespbb....
Since the cds are stuck inside, you need to open the unit and remove them. There are four screws on the top cover. Remove them (2 on each side) and lift the cover. You should see the cds, remove them, then plug on the unit.
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.