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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure the unit is on. Press the FM Mode /Mute -Demo button (right next to the power) press it untill you get to either mono or auto (-for stereo). That will take the unit out of the demo mode. next turn the music jog dial (located just above the preset buttons) untill you get to which ever setting you choose. Hope that helps. ( I can't find the manual on line either- not even from JVC! )
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
Open it up and check for internal fuses, if any in there, test with a wire, bulb and battery. The values (voltage and amperage) will be on the fuses or next to the fuse holders. Also look for any obvious burnt components like diodes( small bleck tripods) and capacitors(coloured "tubes" with a wire at each end) and resisters(like capacitors but with coloured stripes on). Obviously it will be cost dependent.
And most important UNPLUG BEFORE OPENING and be cautious as capacitors may be small but they can hold a very high voltage for a long time.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
Is there is power in your system. is there is any power indication.if not then you have to check the Powre transformer, its fuse, and the small standby transformer near the power transformer. If the stanby transformer is faulty then there will no power indication in your system.
If there is power and the cd is not reading then, You have to check the laser pickup unit inside your system. First of all purchase a laser cleaning cd and insert the same in to your system. If will clean the laser pickup unit to some extent. if then also it is not reading any cd then the laser pickup is faulty. As it has a changer mechanisum it will be difficult to you to replace the lase pickup unit.Because you have to remove so many parts from the mechanisum to reach to the laser pickup unit. If so try to consult some one experienced in it.
Posted on Jul 30, 2011
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