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the lense or the cable connecting the lense to the motherboard could be having a problem

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Mar 03, 2010


How long you've been using it? I'm afraid you've reached the end of your DVD's laser pick up.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Mar 02, 2010


Clean optical lens with good quality cotton bud and check is it playing disc?
Also check sled motor and spindle motor that can cause no file problem, put drops of WD40 contact cleaner in motor bush where shafts are coming out.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Feb 15, 2010


press and hold stop button the palyer unlocked

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Jan 25, 2010


Go here http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/company/contact_us.htm

Tevion is mainly sold in Aldi, but your set could be made by Schnieder.

Aldi customer support has always been very good, they may offer you a link to download a manual.

After googling for a while, i could find no documents that relate to your model.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Nov 27, 2009


Are you using it for the first time? If so, connect a TV to the DVD output, follow the instructions to set the language. If the unit was functional and it happened recently, then unplug the unit, remove the top cover, inspect all the ribbon connectors are inserted properly (especially the ones with the ferrite beads). Be careful not to rip them.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Nov 15, 2009


Try unplugging the unit for a minute then try again. it can be a number of issues. The Tray could have become stuck. The mechanism which ejects the tray may have become stuck The motor that moves the tray may have stopped working or the rubber cord that transfers the movement of the motor to the gear may be out of place or broken. Listen to the unit when you are attempting to open the drive/door. Do you hear a sound when its attempting to open the tray? a Small motor spinning? (almost instantly after pressing eject) Try pressing on the eject button repeatedly, unplug the machine and hold down the eject button while plugging in and powering on, if that doesn't help - repeatedly press on the eject button while you are turning the device on. if the issue remains, and if you are outside of warranty, disconnect all the cables from the unit and unplug it. You will have to take the dvd player apart and get inside, check for screws under all soft objects and labels. In the end the case can be hold in place with plastic clips, use a flat screwdriver to open the corners/sides/back/front carefully. when you are inside, find the dvd drive, remove the disc in the drive if there is any, carefully plug in the power. Please take care that you don't touch anything your not supposed to while you have the unit open and plugged in. Try ejecting the drive, do you see whats wrong with it? is the motor spinning? might be below the tray and not visible. Check for the rubber belt that might be out of place or missing compleltely or cut. replace the belt if that is the issue or place it on its place properly. Now to eject the drive if the belt is fine and it still doesn't open, you should be able to see some gears and plastic parts that move when the tray is ejected. Try helping the gears with a flat screwdriver etc. Or if you don't see anything, press eject and help the tray out with your hand by pushing from the back. Make sure you are pushing on the tray that moves in and out and not on the drive itself. Now if the tray opened and came out, close it and open it a few times to confirm that its unstuck and works, when the drive opens and closes properly go ahead and put the dvd player back together (unplug the power first) when you are done, connect back all the cables that you had on the dvd player as they where and the issue should be fixed.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Oct 11, 2009


There may be a connection to the problem, but it sounds like the laser assembly may need to be replaced as well as/or the mpeg printed circuit board(the printed circuit board) attatched to the laser assy. Good Luck.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Sep 26, 2009


try this one, its not the exact model number but its close enough.

Open tray
Press 0 three times
Brings up a menu
Press 0 for the multi region
Press ENTER
Press PAUSE to exit.

hope this helps

Little Dish Fitter

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Sep 17, 2009


search on http://google.com/

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Sep 03, 2009


Dear friend,
Press and hold stop+play button on the front panel of the dvd player more than 15 sec the player will be resetting

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Mar 29, 2009


Unplug for 5 min then plug back in... now press and hold the powers button for 15 seconds...thts should fix ya!

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Mar 29, 2009


Dear friend,
It is a software problem.Reflash ur dvd player.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Mar 29, 2009


insert the dvd disc from other region then the region code error will flash on the tv screen, then press the on screen button on your remote twice, then search search for the clock and set it to 0:00:00 and enter and it will automatically play.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Feb 27, 2009


Are you loading to play or to record?
Commercial DVDs should play.
DVDs for recording may not be recognized by your drive. First make sure that the disc is blank. You must insert a blank disc of the proper format: DVD-R or RW, DVD+R or RW. Even with the proper format, some brands may not behave the same way as other brands.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Dec 31, 2008


Maby the IR codes are not compatible with the DVD recorder

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Dec 27, 2008


yeah me too. damn that dvd player!

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Dec 12, 2008


Reflash ur dvd player flash ic

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Oct 25, 2008


Dear friends,
It's software problem. the programme corrupt in flash ic.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Oct 16, 2008

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