All of a sudden, the dispay shows the small "video 1" or "video 2" (if I hit the video 2 button). This is no matter whether I push CD or FM. The larger dispay shows CD or FM, but above that is the little "video" sign.
And, worst of all, no sound!
What have I done wrong? I've had this unit for years with no problem.
Can anyone help?
Re: no sound/can't get rid of "video 1" or "video 2"
I had the same issue... It turns out that there is light on the screen under the A and B speaker lights which said T-2 Monitor. This meant it was sending the sound out to the tape # 2 monitor... Hit the Tape 2 button and you are back in business...
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Equalizers can be hooked up two stereos a few different ways. If your receiver or amplifier has what's called a processor loop that is where you would connect the output of the processor to the input of the DEQ and then the output of the processor loop to the input of the Eq. This would be visible on the back as for RCA jacks either with a selector switch above to determine whether you want to use the loop or not or jumpers that go from one of the RCA's into the other input to output for when you're not using that loop. The other way would be to connect it to the input and output for a cassette deck you would hook it up the same way however that would depend on whether your receiver has a separate tape monitor button. If your receiver let's say is In FM mode and you press tape and it still shows FM on but an indicator for tape Mon comes on as well then it will work OK. But, if you must switch off of FM to put on the tape Mon. You prob won't be able to use an eq with that receiver. Then your only other option would be to put the eq between a source such as CD....etc and the input for that source barring phono.
Since the receiver eventually works, the delay circuit is failing. This is a circuit that allows the power supply to settle down before kicking in the output relay. This prevents the "pop" that was sometimes heard on older units. This should be a simple and inexpensive repair probably requiring the replacement of a couple of small capacitors in that delay/protection circuit.
I have a jvc ux -g5. All of a sudden when i turn it on the cd tray no 1 ejects by itself and not closes when i push the button. From time to time it dispalys error 162. Addionaly not any cd fuction is corresponded. Any idea for solving the problem?
The problem's fixed, and it was actually a very simple matter. When I bumped the receiver against the shelf (and the carpet) I must have hit the 'Speaker A' button on the front panel, causing the speakers to be de-selected and hence no sound to be heard. I realized this was the problem when I unplugged the speakers and tried them in the Speaker B slots and they worked. Then I put them back in the A section and pushed the button and voila - fixed!
push the funtion button till dab bomes up on the screen then push in the info button and it will start to retune dab. for a total reset just push the select button 1 second after you hold the info button for 5 seconds
If I understand your post right, you have the code but need the procedure on how to input/enter it into the radio. To my understanding, a 1995 Volkswagen Passat would have a non-BOSE unit with or without CD changer controls. It was a premium sound system with anti-theft coding.
Pls try: 1. Power the radio ON till "SAFE" is displayed; 2. Press the AM/FM and SCAN buttons simultaneously till display shows "1000". (In some versions, it is the seek and the two scan buttons); 3. Release the AM/FM and SCAN buttons; 4. Enter your security code using the first four station buttons on the radio; 5. The first button changes the first number of the four digit code; 6. The second button changes the second number and so on and so forth; 7. Once the proper code has been entered press the AM/FM and SCAN buttons at the same time and hold until the radio accepts the code; 8. You have two tries before the system will lock you out for an hour; 9. Should you happen to have a three digit code, pls make the first digit a zero; 10. The first digit can only be 1 or 0 (the 0 will not show up so for a zero, push the button until the 1 disappears).
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.