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Jvc sx-dw303 no output from amp power light low could you allso tell me transister equiverlent to d2395 there is no aviuse clues to this problem had visuel look at all joints,coulple of areas have got hot checked seem ok

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I have exactly the same problem with the JVC SX-DV303. It's like no power can get through. This is posted in the wrong section, i will post in the correct section, see if anyone knows of a solution there! :)

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