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I own a JVC UX-G37 Micro Component System. The display has stopped working and there are no lights at all on the display except the Standby light. Apart from that there is no other problem with the system.

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Check CP901 (ICP-N10-T) in power the supply board. The normal state is a conductive device, in case of protection, it becames an open circuit. Substitute it by a new one.

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

  • juanraman Nov 26, 2010

    Hi!, I´ve got the same problem and i tried to find a "ICP-N10-T" supply, the point is that i am not familiar with parts webs, and trying my best, it seems to be not enough.

    What i understood woth the above is:
    My part name is CP901, and it is placed into an ic called ICP-N10-T, but i found ICP-N10-T online, as a part itself, and not a complete IC as i thought at first (http://datasheetz.com/data/Over Voltage, Current, Temperature Devices/Fuses/ICP-N10T104-datasheetz.html ), so if my question is not very stupid, could anybody explain me what is the proper name of the supply i am looking for (i mean the part describes in the post above), that would be very helpful.

    Thanks for your time in advance.

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Had the same problem and CP901 fuse on the power supply board was the root cause of it.
I simply short circuited the fuse with a wire and no problems since then.

Many thanks to "antodomin" for giving this advise.

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I have the very same problem, but I'm not a specialist in electronics and I am Dutch also. So I don't understand exactly what you mean. Can you explain what you are doing, maybe with some pictures?

Many thanks!

Wout

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