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Re: JVC service or questions

Jeff Posted Aug 17, 2005, in response to:Stacy Sample

Hey Stacey, Thank you so much for your kindness! I saw your offer to troubleshoot JVC questions while I was reading info on PECHORIN' I live in Houston and I work down at Johnson Space Center. I have a JVC HR-XVC26U DVD Player/VCR. I put in a COMPUSA DVD to watch a copy of something a friend burned for me and the unit gets stuck in the “Now Reading” screen. It never seems to read it and when I tried to eject the disc it wouldn’t eject. The tray won’t move at all when I push the button. I called JVC and they said to unplug and then try again. This didn’t work. Do you have any tips? I bought it last December. The 1 yr. parts warranty is still valid (but not the 90 day labor warranty) but to bring it in to a JVC shop down here in Clear Lake it’ll cost me $50 and I am not completely sure they will be able to fix it. I would appreciate any help you can provide. I have already opened it up to see if there was an internal release switch but couldn’t find anything obvious. I would be willing to open it up again and try to manually remove the disc if this will solve the problem. I am not sure how to do this. Or if it will be possible or if I will cause more damage than its worth. Please just email me directly at Thanks again Stacey! Sicncerely, Jeff B.


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    Re[2]: JVC service or questions

     Ted Posted Jan 15, 2007

    There is a release "button". I had the same problem. Took off the lid. Poked around. On the right side, but near the front, there is piece of white plastic. You can't miss it because everything around it is black plastic. Poke this white plastic rectagular "button" in gently. The DVD will eject. You have to have it plugged in, of course.

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