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My jvc kd-g430 is working but no sound is coming out


If it was installed in a vehicle with a separate power amplifier, the fuse for the power amplifier may have blown

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Hi, my sys was working fine then 2 cables of one of the speakers came off by accident and now I can't get any sound at all to any ok the speakers I plug all right but I only get sound al the headphones...


Some of the new systems have a separate headphone amplifier chip. In that case when your wires came off , they must have shorted a second damaging the output amplifier. The protection circuit turns on disabling both the channels . On Sony systems a warning display comes on and the stereo goes to standby mode till the fault is fixed .

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Red light on then green light flashing and blows fuses?


you probably have some blown transistors inside of the amplifier.

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Need a diagram


you have to take a positive cable with fuse placed near to the battery to your amplifier B+ and a thin wire from the jvc sterei to the amp for the remote REM and an RCA cable for the sound system the negartive wire keep it short as you can and connect it to the chassis

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I have a jvc a-s5 intergrated amplifier that recently stopped working the power still comes on but previosly there would be a little pop and then the power light would come on, now the power light just...


Hi... There may be a couple of internal glass fuses inside. Check those. Make sure speakers are firmly connected.
Try the amp w/o speakers on.

If those fail it will need real service

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INTERNAL FUSES HAVE BLOWN ON JVC JA-S22 INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER


Contact JVC they will give you the address of a local service agent for the brand.

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INTERNAL FUSES HAVE BLOWN ON JVC JA-S22 INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER. IT IS 30 YEARS OLD BUT CAN IT BE REPAIRED??


The short answer is yes, it can be repaired. The internal fuses are usually speaker protection fuses. If they blow right away, the likely problem is shorted outputs. The original exact replacement may no longer be available, but any shop that repairs audio gear will be able to find replacement parts.

Update this if you need more info.

Dan

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Amp keeps blowing the fuses


Serious short circuit on your output transistors, need replacing.

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Xplod to a jvc


I would recommend using an 8 AWG minimum or preferably 4 AWG power and ground cable. Use as short a ground lead as possible and connect it directly to some chassis metal (avoid accidentally screwing into the gas tank if in trunk). Use a fuse holder with a 40 - 60 amp fuse under the hood within 18 inches of the battery. Your RCA cable coming from the back of the JVC radio should be run to your amp along with the remote turn on lead. This wire should connect to the JVC's amplifier turn on lead which should be a blue wire with a white stripe.

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