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The face plate of the jvc car stereo doesn't stay tight and radio

Goes on and off as you are going down the road. i have never had a radio with a face plate and don't know if i am putting it on right or what i am doing wrong it was in a used vehicle that i just bought

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I suggest some two sided sticky tape. Carpet tape , I thnk it's called.
If you don't plan on ever removing the face again...°¿°

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Protect appear


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maybe short circuit or similiar problem inside since its geting hot, probably not a problem with the faceplate I would remove the cd player from your car and take it to a professional for a diagnosis / repair estimate. Can't solve this one with text only.

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The lights on the front of my nightwatch is not working but the rest is the meter and channels light up and the dimmer works just the backlighting wont whats the problem thanks


  • That Night Watch face plate is AC ran by a converter inside the radio. The LEDS are part of the face plate and sold as one unit. The face plate goes out often on these radios. In short the face plate needs replaced if you want it to light up. The radio's performance will not be effected by this. Cobra can actually switch that out fairly cheap. Cheaper than buying a face plate used on the net.
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Bought a cobra lx le from sparkys cb shack. using the radio as a base station. with the radio turned off , when i turn the power supply on a pyramid ps-7kx the radio face plate lights up for a couple of...


This is normal for the LXLE's. The new circuitry power the new face plate uses a small high voltage transformer and if power is applied to the receptacle on the radio it is drawing some current. When the power supply is turned off or on with the on/off switch on the LXLE turned off there is still a spike of current going through the radio. Not to worry, it will hurt nothing. If this is truly a problem, someone could probably design a little diode circuit to stop this issue. I would if I could but am not that smart.

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Hi I called 1-800-628-8458 (the number in the manual) after trying several of the methods shown here. None worked. your dumbbell needs to be on a flat surface, no roll the dumbbell over to where the weight is facing the floor and the base is up in the air. With both hands lift the base and gently shake, the weight should fall out. Put the base back on the floor face up and inspect the grooves where the weight plates go for any debris. Clean this area if you find debris. Now you will need a pen or pencil with your weight. Grab your weight, still facing down and you will see a black release button on both sides on the inside of the weight. It is in between the metal dial and the inner part of the weight. Now press down on that button with your pen or pencil and start turning the dial (caution: the weight plates are going to fall out) keep turning until all of the plates are out. Do the same thing for the other side. Now grab each plate and put it back on the base where it goes, the smallest plate on the outside to the largest plate on the inside, make sure the small metal piece on the bottom of each plate is facing away from the inside of the base. Do this for all of the plates. Now back to the dumbbell. Grab your pen or pencil again and press down on the black release button and turn the dial to where the number 5 or lowest weight is selected where it reads Bowflex. Do this for both sides. Now grab your dumbbell and carefully put it back into the base. It is important that you put the dumbbell down straight, avoiding any shifting in plates.



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If it has a detachable face plate that could be the problem. Remove and clean the contacts. My face plate will get warm if left in the car in the summer and expands, radio flashes until ac cools it down. I remove faceplate and take it with me, put it on when I get back in. Works alot better.

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try taken face plate off if detachable then put back on sounds like the face plate clip might be weak and or missing spring inside
but if face plate stays attached just need to clean and put back on right to deck no easy way to say that

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JVC KD -S680 needs help


all radios like your has two power inlets one is battery and the other is Acc or Ing. The battery line keeps power in the radio after you turn off your car both lines must work for the radio to turn on it sounds like a resister burn out thats why your face plate was warm.

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