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Jvc kdhdr1 stereo radio will not come on

Has power . att. light is on but the unit will not come on . no blown fuses or bare wiring .

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If it has a removable face, remove it and look for the reset button. generally very small and needs to be depressed for about 5-10 seconds with a pen or other small tipped item. if not look throught the manual for where the reset is located if this is not an option remove the positive or negative battery cable from the battery terminal under your hood for a few minutes and then try again

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I have a jvc kds-16 receiver. It has been working for about 5 months with no issues. Now there is power to the head unit but I have no sound. I have checked all of the connections, nothing is loose, the...


buy a digital volt meter and start checking fuses for the radio at fuse panel . if blow replace it . if not blown remove radio from dash check to see if radio is still grounded . if still grounded take the volt meter turn on to dc volts and take black test lead touch to your radios ground the touch the red test lead to the red with to see if you get 12 volt with car on if not need to find out why .. take to professsinal ..

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