Question about JVC XV-N320 DVD Player
I thinks that you haven't its user manual with you now. If have, refer to it. All the proceedings are there. If you haven't one, either send your Email address to me by Fixya, or get into the URL I've given below, where you can download the maual of your set as Adobe PDF document. OK
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Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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