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JVC TH-C& stop working when I increase Volume

Hi, I have a Home Theater JVC TH-C6, When I increase volume, the speakers stop working.
All Speakers are working Fine when the volume is low, but when the volumen is high the speakers not work any more.

Any advice will be of great help

Thanks a lot

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    The sub-woffer shuts off after a minutes of play, and after about 5 minutes it may come back on. I look at the back of the sytem and noticed that the heat extraction fan is not working. If the fan quici working would the sub-woofer automatically shutdown when it gets hot? If so How do i repair?

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Funny enough.... I had this same issue and could not for the life of me figure out what the issue was. I even called a tech out to my house and he was just as confused, called his boss and told him everything that was happening - working fine until a certain "noise level" was reached. The company manager had never heard/seen anything like this before and my house just happened to be in between his work and home so he planned to stop by on his way home. Confusion from us all.... The speaker wires are interchangeable with this system (positive/negative) and when I had moved, still under warranty from where I purchased it from, the company offered to come and re-install everything for me - the ding-dong they sent hooked all positive into the negative and vise-verse. Apparently, the th-c6 can handle this up to a certain point than it shuts itself off to avoid damages??? This is what I was told. Not thinking a electronics tech would install ALL the wires incorrectly this was not something that was first checked, of course. It was noticed as we all three sat around looking very closely at the inputs. It was noticed as we slot by slot checked that the wires were inserted...hmmmm, you think the negative wire in the positive slot has anything to do with it??? LOL, switched them all and worked perfect! Hope this helps.

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