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Cutting out... Hello, Recently, the sound from my receiver will cut out randomly, whether I'm watching dvd's, watching cable t.v., etc. If there is any other information that you folks need, let me know. Gratefully, Myk

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  • ratchetman68 Nov 16, 2007

    I have the same problem. It could be on the radio, DVD or anything thats conected to it. Some help would be very welcome.

  • Pratt985 Dec 21, 2007

    Same problem as above...

  • vegwagen Mar 06, 2008

    Same Crap here..No Good at all,,, Some Help Please!

  • Kirk Black
    Kirk Black May 14, 2009

    JVC RX-6042 Shuts off after a few seconds...

    Similar problem but different in that it turns on fine and functions fine for about 10 seconds then shuts off. The user manual describes this to be an over voltage problem.

    I found a bad transistor in the power supply circuit that has way over heated and even turned the leads purple. I replaced it with the original JVC part KTC2026/Y/

    Still the same problem and the power supply output is about 13 Volts but I don't have a reference to compare that with and wonder if that's the over or under voltage problem.


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Si usan el aparato por un periodo largo de tiempo puede ser una de las bocinas que este fallando,mas si se corta rapido pueden ser los ICs amplificadores de audio que estan comenzando a dañarse.Espero que les sea de ayuda.

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