I previously owned the JVC-LH-300 car stereo, that I had installed in my Camry. I had it removed and sold it online recently, when I bought my new car. I received an email back from the person who bought it from me, who claims it doesn't work. It worked fine up to the point it was removed. Has anyone heard of issues with this or any other car stereo decks? Are they really that fragile and could possibly be damage to the point they will no longer work, when being stored. Not sure if he’s trying to rip me off for something he did, or if I actually sold something that was faulty. Not sure what to do... unit doesn't power up apparently.
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The USB in is ment for ipods with the 30 pin connector. To play the shuffly you could use a normal stereo plug. The one with the same end on each side. Its plugged into the headphone jack on your shuffle.
These are the keys used for pulling out the set from the in dash mountings. hence is you have sold the carrs it will be useful for theparty to remove the set from the dash. However this is available with most of the service centres. This will not have any use to you but for any JVC car audio customer. Hope you find the buyer. Good day
There is a "compulsory eject hole" on the left side of the changer. Inserting a screwdriver straight into this hole should eject the magazine unless a disc was partially deployed when power was removed.The last page of the manual shows a picture that details which hole to use.
The manual can be found at: http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/98/LVT0580-001A.pdf
your stereo is locked. your battery drained and clock memory was lost to radio. a simple fix can be found on this forum but they charge 4.99 or so to help. they dealer will cost 50 + so 5 bucks is worthit.
i am sorry you had to go threw this. positive side you will have the code so it will not be a problem in the future for you.
they radios of modern cars employ so called anti theft mechanisms, but in reality they are designed to cost us money to get things working normal again. this is by the way the only device on your car that is lockable by the power failure
good luck with it. and a little tip: they sell a 9 volt battery maintainer used by professional stereo installers to keep clock memory voltage on the radio so this doesn't happen when you need to disconnect your battery again. i would highly suggest getting one. they are fairly cheap and will prvent you from having any major issues in the future when you need to replace or disconnect your cars battery again.
Red(is power, Orange(is led power Black(is ground Their should be a bunch of other wires with light colors that are your speakers. If this info don't match. Buy a power tester and ground it and test each wire.