Question about JVC Car Audio & Video
Standard problem would be antenna issue. Make positive that the connection in the rear of the unit has a connection. If it does, take it out, slip a single, small wire in the back of the smaller hole [typically 1 ft long]. Although this results in an impedance ,ismatch, it will allow you to see if the antenna is at fault. With the wire in the hole, scan through the channels. Fixed? Antenna issues. Not fixed? You have an electronic circuitry or setup problem. Try the 'local' and 'mono' switch with the real antenna still connected. Still no reception?
This becomes an electronic issue at this point which stems at the following concerns:
impedance circuitry [usually small, diode at output]
PLL IC faulty or no V
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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