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Zeros on the display

Hi, about two weeks ago I started getting about four or five zeros on my radio display followed by an "A". The radio continued to work and the zeros go away for a few seconds when you hit a preset or load a CD but they come back after a couple of seconds. Now, as of yesterday morning the radio and the CD no longer work.
This radio is less than a year old, purchased at Circuit City in the Woodlands Tx.
Ideas ???

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  • K.N. Oct 15, 2008

    I have the same problem. I bought mine from BestBuy last January.

    I called JVC at 1-800-252-5722.

    Their customer service department told me that the radio has to be taken to a JVC service center for repair. They told me that this issue is a microprocessor issue.

    They can give you the local authorized JVC service center. Mine is "JOTS Electronics" in Arlington, Texas



    The good news is that the radio has a two year warranty (if I can just find my receipt.....)



    Good Luck,



    Kent

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Where you bought it should have a record of you buying it as well, make sure to bring all thr proof who you are, and try to remember the date you bought it. all the info you can give will help them locate the sales tag.

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