Question about Audio Players & Recorders
WHY ISN'T THE CD PLAYER AND TAPES WORKING. YET RADIO WORKS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yeppers very common problem .. If the noise dosent come from the speakers then the problem is in the motor in the cassette deck. if the problem comes from the speakers when the deck is playing a tape, then the problem is in the record/playback switch. you may beable to fix it by spraying just a lttle bit of tuner cleaner inside the switch. It shouldnt cost much to have a repair shop do this as if you spray too much your going to ruin the belts and the mechanism. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 31, 2006
I have brought my system to a JVC service center in January. They kept it for 2 months, trying to find the problem.... Finally, they told me that they would need to replace the whole CD player section (drawers + reader assembly). The cost of this repair would be more than the cost of a new system !!! I now have a large, expensive RADIO TUNER in my bedroom, without CD player :-(. I hope someone will find a solution. This is the last JVC system I purchase, EVER.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
Hello i had the same problem..maybe you have already fixed this but on the back you have the speakers and a pair of red and black switches, you have to put the wires into the holes on the TOP (not the sides) of the little box on the back...then once you have put the wires in flick the flaps UP :)
Sorry if you have already solved this problem but I hope it will come in use for someone.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
It sounds like maybe you have speaker wires touching somewhere. If they are touching it will blow fuses, especially if you turn the volume up to try to hear anything. DO NOT put bigger fuses in to replace the old ones, you will actually do more damage to your system because a higher volt fuse will allow a higher voltage to "spike" in your stereo and might just start frying internal parts.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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