Introduction

Use this guide to replace the power button in the JVC XL-333 compact disc player.

Using your Phillips Head Screwdriver, remove the four screws with the red markup. Then, remove the three orange screws using your screwdriver.
  • Using your Phillips Head Screwdriver, remove the four screws with the red markup.

  • Then, remove the three orange screws using your screwdriver.

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Remove the two side screws on both sides of your CD Player. Remove the two side screws on both sides of your CD Player.
  • Remove the two side screws on both sides of your CD Player.

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Remove the top of the CD Player by holding each side of the roof then sliding it away from you in an upward position. Remove the top of the CD Player by holding each side of the roof then sliding it away from you in an upward position. Remove the top of the CD Player by holding each side of the roof then sliding it away from you in an upward position.
  • Remove the top of the CD Player by holding each side of the roof then sliding it away from you in an upward position.

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We will now remove the Disc Reader from as this is above of the power button. Push out these tabs on both sides of the CD Player Push out these tabs on both sides of the CD Player
  • We will now remove the Disc Reader from as this is above of the power button.

  • Push out these tabs on both sides of the CD Player

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To the remove the actual reader, there are four copper screws on the corners Remove them with your Phillips Head Screwdriver and gently pull it up. Remove them with your Phillips Head Screwdriver and gently pull it up.
  • To the remove the actual reader, there are four copper screws on the corners

  • Remove them with your Phillips Head Screwdriver and gently pull it up.

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Connector Cables: There are two of each kind to remove on the motherboard. To remove the green ones, gently pull up. To remove the white ones, use your spudger or tweezers to pull up on the opposite side the cables are connected. It may require some force To remove the white ones, use your spudger or tweezers to pull up on the opposite side the cables are connected. It may require some force
  • Connector Cables: There are two of each kind to remove on the motherboard. To remove the green ones, gently pull up.

  • To remove the white ones, use your spudger or tweezers to pull up on the opposite side the cables are connected. It may require some force

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For more guidance on how to remove the connector cables! In an upward motion, move your spudger or tweezer to release the cables. In an upward motion, move your spudger or tweezer to release the cables.
  • For more guidance on how to remove the connector cables!

  • In an upward motion, move your spudger or tweezer to release the cables.

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Remove the rest of the connector cables with either your spudger or tweezers. Remove the screw that connects a wire to the motherboard as well. Remove the screw that connects a wire to the motherboard as well.
  • Remove the rest of the connector cables with either your spudger or tweezers.

  • Remove the screw that connects a wire to the motherboard as well.

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Find the power button trigger on the left side of the CD Player. It should be gray. Push it a couple times to make sure it works. If not hold it 3/4 of the way and pull with some force. Replace with a new one.
  • Find the power button trigger on the left side of the CD Player. It should be gray.

  • Push it a couple times to make sure it works. If not hold it 3/4 of the way and pull with some force.

  • Replace with a new one.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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