Question about JVC KD-DV5000 Car DVD Player
I have jvc cd player . it stop working whan i rase vol with beat and after some time it start working again every time againand again.
could u tel what it have how can i solve this problem.
looking forword to hear u
thanx in advance
Ok this might be caused either by drop of voltage available to the player or by physical vibration of the disc disabling the laser lens to focus on the surface of the disc and read the data. You may diagnose this yourself. Play the same music rising the volume level, until it stops playing. Note the level. Turn on lights, blower and heated seats if you have them and do the same test. If on the second try, the music stops playing earlier-on lower volume level than the first time, you have a problem with your wiring or your alternator, because the car does not have enough power for the unit to keep playing as it is sending too much power to other appliances. If on the second try it stops at approx the same volume as it did on your first try, it means, that your car stereo vibrates too much for the lens to focus on the disc. You may try fixing your speaker setup tighter in the car chassis/door frames. You may also take the JVC unit out of the dash and mount it somewhere further from the speaker-induced vibration.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Push the Sel button and hold for 3 seconds (usually displays Demo or Demo Off). Push the Station up and down button til it reads Clock H or Clock M. Turn the volume button to adjust time. Push the Sel button to quit.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
Make sure the red wire is still connected or make sure the red wire hasn't been severed. Also, check the fuses located in the engine compartment. The red wire connects accessory terminal in the fuse block. Also check the fuses in the cabin. This fuse box is typically located on the driver's side, at knee level, next to the door panel, and underneath the dashboard. As a last resort, the unit can be taken to an authorized or factory service center.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
The internal amplifier is at fault.
This will need to be repaired by a electronics repairman.
There is no end-user fix.
You may choose to, instead, use the RCA low level outputs and install a dedicated amplifier to power your speakers.
Verify the fuses on the radio are good, and that there is not a blown speaker causing the internal amplifier to shut down.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2009
If this unit worked in the past, and there have been no repairs done that would have disturbed the connections, then its quite possible that you accidentally engaged the mute feature.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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