Question about JVC KD-PDR30 CD Player
My grandson has a JVC KD-PDR30 unit that was installed a little over a year ago. He says recently it has been getting hot and shutting off and the station pre-sets are lost. It is installed in a Mazda B-4000 pickup with four factory speakers. The pre-amp output is feeding a powered sub-woofer. He is coming by this morning to have me look at it, I'm an electrician by trade. Got any ideas what I should look for?
Thanks, John K
Think the sub woofer my be drawing to much power try disconnecting the sub for a few days and see how it goes
Posted on May 21, 2009
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