Question about JVC RX-8010V Receiver
I have a JVC RX801v amplifier. The problem is that it changes input sources on it's own. Sometimes it is a constant annoyance, other times it will go for hours and be OK. Usually I am using it in the TV/DBS mode and it will most frequently switch to DVD and sometimes VCR mode....without any input. I even tried putting black tape over the infrared receiver on the amp to insure it wasn't getting any spurious remote commands, but it would switch anyway. Thanks!
try all the possibilitys of connecting cables between the outputs & inputs exept the ones that r allready working maybe theres a wrong connection inside the reciver windman
Posted on Jan 31, 2006
SOURCE: sound cut-out
Most likely this unit goes into protect mode due to heat detection. Try to see if there is a pattern to when this behavior starts. Does a lower volume level allow the unit to run longer? Perhaps there is a problem internally that is allowing DC voltage to get to the output stage. This will cause excessive heat which can then cause the protection circuit to kick in. This unit may need to see a bench with some test gear to locate the exact problem. If you can, look for any pattern and update this.
Posted on May 13, 2008
A quick quess of mine is the following:
The OVERLOAD indicator lights up when the receiver is maxing out on the current it is sending to the speakers. My guess is there is possibly something wrong with the receiver itself, especially since the B speakers won't play. Either that, or something is broken in your speakers or you are using a set of speakers that have too low an impedance rating for your receiver.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
Just to the left of the volume is a "settings" button. Press it and cycle through the options until you reach "Digital Coax," then use the "Control" up and down buttons to change the assigned source.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
It sound like a bad connection. The first thing that I would do is tighten all the ground screws that hold the circiut boards and the heat sink to the chassis. If that doen't fix it, flex the circuit boards slighty to see if the relays chick on and off (disconnect the speakers first). It could be on the input board, on the relays themselves or just about anywhere.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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