20 Most Recent JVC CH-X1100RF 12-Disc CD Changer Questions & Answers


Look for a loose connector on the back of the radio. If it is not fully seated in the radio, all sorts of goofy problems happen.

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Apr 15, 2017


Insert a straightened paper clip or similar object into the eject hole as shown in Figure g of the manual: http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/97/LVT0849-001A.pdf

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jun 22, 2013


Insert a straightened paper clip or similar implement into the eject hole as shown in Figure g of the manual at http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/97/LVT0849-001A.pdf

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jun 22, 2013


No disc error can be a DIY like the following steps.

Assuming that the disc is good.


1.Cleaning the lens. - Sometimes because of dust the lens can't read any disc.

Try clean the lens by soft cotton buds. Be careful while doing this.

2.Replacing the ribbon - Check the ribbon connected to the lens from the main board for scratch, damage. Once it has an open line then of course the lens can't read the disc. Also try to erase the contact by pencil eraser.

If you've done the steps above and the symptoms still there then the next step requires you a little knowledge in soldering technique and reading the ohmmeter.

3.Checked the motor - Check the motor that spin the disc with an ohmmeter. You can test it using the ohmmeter (x1) even it is connected on the lens assembly.

Good motor - reading should be fairly high and it will spin.

Bad motor - reading will drop to low resistance and will not spin.

Hint : 50% of my repaired unit the above parts are commonly caused of the problem.


If you confirmed that you have a defective motor then replace it with a new one. Before replacing the new motor you have to check the clearance of the disc holder with the old one. The clearance should be the same as the old because if not the lens will not read the disc if it is too far or too close.

If you already cleaned the lens, and confirmed that the ribbon is good as well as the motor then I've advice you to send it to repair shop because the next step should be done with an expert because it is quite technical diagnosing the fault between the pick-up lens and the main board.

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JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jan 25, 2011


Hello,

There is no site or organization willing to give you a stereo code for free. Some amount of money will be charged in exchange for the radio code.

Radio unlock code can be gotten from the below link:

http://www.radio-code.com/

Also the process to follow in order to successfully unlock the stereo is stated in the link.

In addition this link claims to generate stereo unlock codes for free, you can give it a trail as it might work for you.

http://www.shouldpay.co.uk/free-radio-unlock-codes.html

Take care.

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Nov 08, 2010


These are the keys used for pulling out the set from the in dash mountings. hence is you have sold the carrs it will be useful for theparty to remove the set from the dash. However this is available with most of the service centres. This will not have any use to you but for any JVC car audio customer. Hope you find the buyer. Good day

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jul 13, 2010


Dear John, I assume that the eject button on your changer is defective for which you wan to remove the unit. Usually the changer is mounted by two sets of L-clamps. it will be fitted at the bottom or side mounted. removing the screws on the sides can get your unit dismounted. there is a power cord and a bunch connector which you can remove and disconnect. If you have the broken key of the eject, use a good glue to fix, if not you will need to fix a fashioned button that can be glued into the panel that will touch the small button switch within. Normally the button would be found inside if it broke while on action. Hope this helps! Good day

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jul 08, 2010


Maybe the laser needs a clean up

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Apr 06, 2010


could you explain this a little better so i can assist you

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jul 23, 2009


Nope. Its getting to the end of its days. I'm guessing by your description you tend to play your music loudly like I do. Well when you do that it causes vibration. Vibration+electronics=Short life span.

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jul 08, 2009


http://www.eserviceinfo.com/downloadsm/3181/JVC_CH-X1100.html
You can downlaod service manual from here.Which has all details

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jun 18, 2009


Make sure the cds are the right way up.
Try listening to the cd mech to determine if the cds are being loaded.
If the mech is going through the motions then the problem could be the lens is dirty, the laser has failed or the spin motor is faulty.
if there is no sound of the cds being loaded, it could be a power supply problem. Try a reset or just unplug the changer then re connect it.

John

JVC CH-X1100RF... | Answered on Jan 18, 2009

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