Question about JVC Kw-xr610 Car CD / USB/ MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please make sure to check the wirings and the fuse of the player. Don't forget to check the grounding of the player.
Please make sure that the wires are connected properly and that they are sending power to the unit. (it should only be able to handle 11v -16v allowance).
If the power and the fuse (plus the wiring looks good) you may need to check the faceplate because the components inside like small capacitors and IC's may have to be replaced.
you may need to use a power tester to the said steps so you can check the continuity of the components.
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
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