Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
Model XVFA902SL. stuck in "loading" but no other controls work. top cover off. dvd is not in resting tray slot but held up by loader or play module at rear of unit. want to get dvd out without damaging disc.
So you want to remove the disc without damaging the disc? so its ok to damage the player.
Put a cushion on the floor, put player on it.
Use a strong pair of pliers to crush and bend all the plastic parts of the loader near the disc, shake the player so that the disc falls onto the cushion.
Posted on Dec 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a problem with the try control circuit. It could be the switch is leaking across itself. Could be a problem with the tray motor control IC, or the Microprocessor is not reseting the open tray line correctly, or theres a cam assembly inside the unit that tells the microprocessor where everything is by means of small micro/leaf type switches thats out of alighnment or broken. If its seven years old, you got more then it was designed for and I would'nt invest a dime or the time into the repair of this unit. Time to take a trip to the electronics store. Good luck
Posted on Jul 21, 2006
Thats alot of disc this ubit holds. 110+1!! The CD changer arm mechanism sounds like is out of timming or the gears have slipped there teeth, and or the cam is broken, or theres a couple of small microswitches that can get broken as well.. The only way to work on this unit and see what the problem is, is to get a service manual and go through the mechanical alighnment and see where the problem is. Unless you can do a physical examination and know where every lob and gear is suppose to be, I do not see any other ways.
Posted on Oct 06, 2006
SOURCE: CD stuck in a 5-disc changer
There is a flat ribbon cable on the inside that is defective. The cable needs to be replaced and the loading mechanism retimed. This is a simple repair for a repair shop. Expect the ribbon cable to run around $10. Add in the local labor rate for the total repair cost. I've done many of these. This is a common problem with age.
Posted on May 07, 2008
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