Hi,I have a Jensen JHD 1510 and it's not tight in the frame.
This unit was installed by the dealer so I don't have directions.It moves in and out about a 1/4 inch.Can't get the unit to slide out or lock in tight.It's installed in a Bobcat so I'd rather try to correct myself instead of hauling it back to the dealer.Thanks,Kim
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Under no circumstances must you use a different voltage ! The power supply on these units are designed for 12v only.
However, if your question is simply referring to connecting the AV 'outputs' (i.e. yellow, red, white rca's) of your Jensen, to the AV 'inputs' of our TV, then that is fine. The AV outputs can be treated the same as any other video device.
Are you losing complete power? Or do you have power, but losing sound only?
Loss of Power:
If you can access the wiring loom of your Jensen, check the RED ignition wire to ensure its secure - this wire is responsible for powering the unit ON (with key ON) and OFF (when key is OFF). A multimeter will be a useful tool to check for power when key is ON.
If the RED wire is fine, then there could be an issue with the power supply on the unit. Check the fuse on the Jensen unit - if ok, then there is a fault in the Jensen unit.
Power, but no sound:
The unit is faulty and will require service (or replacement).
I just installed the vm8013hd and I simply grounded the pink parking brake wire to the chassis prior to connecting the power to the unit and it works just fine. No bypass box, switch, codes, etc. Good luck
if it is a new installation, possibilities are:
1. too tight, unit is partially squeezed preventing the CD from ejecting; or
2. internal problem, mechanical failure.
Both requires that you slide it out of the bracket and test it outside the holding bracket but with the wires still connected.
If the unit operates outside of the bracket/holder, then it's too tight, if it still does not work, then it is an internal problem which would require that you bring it back to the dealer for replacement or repair. If for whatever reason you would venture to opening it yourself or if you feel comfortable with tinkering, opening the top cover of the car stereo would expose the inside mechanism. Sometimes there is a latching lug or locking system that needs to be removed prior to actual installation. Sometimes, it's just plain r^r remove/reinstall.
Hope this gives you some ideas and work out for you. Pls post again how things turn up. Good luck and kind regards.