Question about JVC Arsenal KD-AR3000 CD Player
I had this cd player in my car and after awhile I kept getting a faceplate error, all that I would have to do to fix that would be wiggle the faceplate or take it off and put it back on. Eventually the problem occurred more often so I decided I would take it out and clean it make sure everything was good. After taking it out and putting it back in it wouldn't seem to power up. So I took it back out and hooked it up in my house using a couple speakers and a battery charger to give it power. The big problem is I know it is getting power because it responds to the display button, it lights up, shows the time and all that good stuff. Also, the eject button seems to be functioning properly. I looked at a similar post and the solution was to check the fuses, and I did that all the fuses are good so I was curious if there could be another problem.
My only other hypothesis is that, similar to my wife's Kenwood deck that has the MASK motorized faceplate, the flex cable that connects the moving faceplate portion to the main unit has started to crack and lose connection. After a few years of moving back and forth, folding and unfolding, this seems to be a pretty common thing. I was able to replace the flex cable on my wife's deck, but only because I stumbled across detailed instructions (with pictures!) and I got lucky with the replacement cable being in stock at a local repair shop. Your mileage may vary :)
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
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