Question about JVC RX-8010V Receiver
I've had my JVC RX-8010V receiver for 6 years now with no problems, until recently. Today it suddenly shut down and after turning it on again it shuts down several seconds later. I'm using a USB connection with my laptop and I use it for music composition. I'm wondering if it is possible for the receiver to be sabotaged by a hacker? Any help would be appreciated, thank you.
I replaced R916 with a 10 ohm wire wound resister and that fixed the problem on the unit I have. That resister is in serise with R 915 so they should be close in value. Both were marked 8 ohms but tested about 11 ohms on R915 and the bad one tested very high (over 1 meg) so I replaced it. When I first put it back together it didn't work but I noticed that the ground screw at EP901 was not retighted so be sure that all ground screws are tight and all conections are redone before testing with the power cord.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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