Introduction

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

Image 1/2: Then, remove the three orange screws using your screwdriver. Image 2/2: 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.

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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.

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Image 1/3: Push out these tabs on both sides of the CD Player Image 2/3: Push out these tabs on both sides of the CD Player Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Remove them with your Phillips Head Screwdriver and gently pull it up. Image 2/3: Remove them with your Phillips Head Screwdriver and gently pull it up. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: 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 Image 2/3: 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 Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: In an upward motion, move your spudger or tweezer to release the cables. Image 2/3: In an upward motion, move your spudger or tweezer to release the cables. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Remove the screw that connects a wire to the motherboard as well. Image 2/3: Remove the screw that connects a wire to the motherboard as well. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Push it a couple times to make sure it works. If not hold it 3/4 of the way and pull with some force. Image 2/3: Replace with a new one. Image 3/3: 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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