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Won't connect to my pc!

If i try to connect wi-fi,the pc tells me it's connected ,the program tell's me to connect the wire supplied.So with both the wire and the wi-fi it still don't connect.Sometime it connects for about 10sec then disconnects!

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Re: won't connect to my pc!

Have to connect wire first, then change settings for wireless connection through the wire. Then should connect wireless afterwards.

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Is it possible to connect external usb port?

You mean usb extension, which allows you to connect multiple devices through one usb port in your pc, if you are talking about this then yes it is possible.

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Why hi fi system sound is humming

Some of the reasons for the hum are a bad power supply because a filter capacitor is going bad. Another reason is that there is a bad connection which causes no ground connection. The last reason would be outside interference from something like a light fixture that has a ballast (think CFL.)

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Hi fi says there is no disc when there is tried to cleaN IT WITH A CD NO DIFFERENCE WHAT CAN I DO

Replace the flat strip connection wire that connect the laser pickup unit to main board first. If it does not helps you, replace the laser pickup unit with same type and number. OK.

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I have a DC-D2831 and I am burning my LP's to CD's. I am using Roxio to do that. But when I play my CD's , I have to increase the volume a lot to hear the music . I have tried adjusting the...

Consider (and tell us) the nature of your turntable. Is it self-preamplified or otherwise running though a PHONO preamp? If not, well duhhh!

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If your unit doesn't have a PHONO connection AND your TT doesn't have a self-contained preamp you will have to get a Phono Preamp to connect between the TT and any Line Level input, like Aux.

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Mhc-gx450 trying to connect speakers how do i know which wire is which? i have a grey/black wire and a grey wire which goes in the black/red input?

I'm sorry for the difficulties you're experiencing in connecting the speakers to the Mini Hi-Fi System. Please see the below picture to view the connections.

I hope the information helpful. If you need any clarifications, please let me know. Thanks for understanding.

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They seem to have special leads to connect them together pretty expensive ....

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Nov 06, 2008 | JVC HX-C6 Shelf System

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Mine did the same, the station was trying to connect on channel 1 wi-fi where the centre was on channel 11, check under information and wi-fi for both. I then did a restore on the station, put both into installation mode and they found each other after a few mins.

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Jul 08, 2008 | Philips WACS700 Shelf System

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One possible problem is the display IC of your JVC is damaged already or it is not connected properly due to mishandling. display IC has small pins and therefore have small connectors, even if you trace those connections you may find it hard to solder it, but if you have the right tools you may proceed. To trace the pins of the display IC if it is connected you must use an Ohmmeter. Here is a simple steps: an ohmmeter has two wires that has a pin on both ends, most tester has colored wires the red and black. You must point in contact either pins on the subject points in the circuit and the other pin on the circuits also it must be in contact. If the ohmmeters display gives a reading of 0, then there is connection, otherwise it will give a number that indicates there is resistance which means there is no connection or poor connection on the subject. Repeat this procedure until you find all possible disconnection. NOTE: Do this only on the part on the dispaly IC and the DISPLAY connections.
But the best thing to do about it is to bring it to the service center.
I hope i've provided some form of help to you.

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