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No sound at the main speakers for a JVC model CA-FSP7. The IC is OK . I need a diagram.....please .Tks.

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If you're willing to shell out some money, the manual could be found here. For free, you may try and select the closest model here.

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Try to hooked your main speaker to another reciever to see if it works,if it working then the problem is in the amplifier,try to look for loose ,crack or cold solder joint in the amplifier section until to the output this is the common cause of the problem. Reworks or resolder all solder joint on that section.If it happens the main speaker not working to another receiver then the problem is the speaker,your amplifier is good.

Click below to download manual;


http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/


http://www.electronix.com/catalog/


http://www.freelists.org/archives/techassist/


http://www.eserviceinfo.com

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Make sure the audio jack from speaker going to the receiver are good cables and tightly connected.

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    Michael Galve Sep 17, 2008

    Please download the User's Manual HERE
    Page 7 for connecting the speakers and audio devices.


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