My amber lights have burned out. Before I lost my manual I could change the LED color from amber to green. I have since forgotten the button combination to do this. Does anyone know what the button combination I need to push to change the color?
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Your ground wire is going to be black. Your normal wire colors are violet and violet/black, green and green/black, white and white/black, last but not least you have grey and grey/black. Those are your speaker wires. Solid blue is usually to power your antenna, and blue/white is for your amp turn on lead. Those two wires are approximately .5mV of power, and you can actually use either one to turn an amp on. Speakers: normally your solid color is positive, while the black stripe is your negative. As for which one goes to which speaker, left front is white, right front is gray, left rear is green, and right rear is violet. Hope this helps.
The JVC KD-SC500 ships with the color selection set to "ALL DEMO" which alternates the colors approximately every 6 seconds.
To cancel the "ALL DEMO" and select a single color display, go into PSM mode by pressing and holding the SEL Button until the display changes. Use the left/right rocker until COLOR is displayed. Turn the VOLUME knob to select the color you want: Blue, Ocean, Purple, Pink, Rose, or Red. Press the SEL button again to exit PSM mode.
If this error appears on any music CD (burned or store-bought), it's likely the laser/lens assembly is having trouble focusing well enough to read the disc. You can try resetting the unit (use a paperclip or ballpoint pen to press the button in the small hole next to the eject button), but there's only a small chance this will help. You could also take it to an electronic repair shop to see how much a cleaning would cost (usually more than the player).
If it only happens on burned discs, try changing brands of CD-Rs or even burning the disc at a slower speed. If the songs are burned from iTunes, try burning other formats (i.e. MP3) via a different method.
ILLUMI BLUE (Initial setting) / ILLUMI GREEN/ILLUMI AMBER /
You can change the lighting color of the following four buttons:
SOURCE/POWER, BAND, (left << arrows) and (right >> arrows).
BLUE > GREEN > AMBER > RED > BLUE
• According to the lighting color of the above four buttons, the color
of the other buttons also changes. When the color of the four
buttons is AMBER/RED, the color of the others is AMBER. When
the color of the four buttons is BLUE/GREEN, the others are also
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