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Same problem these stereos are ******** and it cost as much to fix them as is does to get a new one. JVC blows

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Change the audio amplifier IC maybe are on short circuit

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The screen says ''protected'' and the goes off.


It sounds like the stereo functions for a little while, then shuts off. This is the power supply circuit breaker kicking in. It can be caused by a variety of issues, ranging from a faulty component on the circuit board (capacitor/resistor going out of tolerance) to an internal issue with the power supply induced by the heat generated after running for a few minutes.

If the stereo was subjected to moisture or extreme heat, it might function normally after being left unplugged for a few days. But in all likelihood, it may require some internal repair. I had a similar problem with an older JVC bookshelf stereo system and when I took it into a shop for an estimate, the rather frank service rep told me that the costs involved with fixing it could very likely cost more than the unit is worth. I ended up not bothering and just cannibalizing the speakers for another mini stereo system.

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Protected


You got to open this puppy up and replace the 2 bad IC boards.  Known problem with this brand stereo.  Defect in the IC boards causes your fuses to blow and they will keep blowing every time you try to put new ones in.  Cost for parts will be about $200.

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I hooked up my JVC-KD-G210 and worked fine all of a sudden all 4 speakers quit the amp and sub still work i even ordered a new plug for back of stereo thought it was problem and still diddnt work id like...


Your internal amplifier for the radio has failed (output IC). Probably due to a shorted speaker or speaker wire.
Repairing the unit will cost as much as another one.
You may be able to pick up a small used 2 or 4 channel amplifier instead and use the RCA signal to feed it for less than the repair cost.
You will be surprised in the sound difference between a dedicated amplifier, and the one built in the radio anyway!
The typical radio SAYS 50Wx4... however - realistically can put out 12-15Wattsx4
a small 25x4 or 50x2 amplifier can be had easily for under $50 used, and will make a tremendous difference in sound quality... without having to spend more on the radio for it to potentially fail again anyway.
A Dedicated amplifier will have a built in protection circuit that will shut down instead of blow the output ICs like your radio did.

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JVC KD-G200 won't power up any more.


Have you checked the fuse-box to make sure that you didn't blow the fuse for the radio? Also try removing the radio and checking the wiring to ensure that it is tight. There is also a fuse on the back of most radios to check!!

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Hxd7 protect


Don't buy a stereo that prints up 'PROTECT MODE' and then does not tell you how to cure it. This is a good way of getting people to buy a new one only live and learn do not buy the same manufacturer again. I have a nice just out of warrenty JVC that when I switch it on sits there grinning at me with 'PROTECT MODE' showing. Yes I have entered cash protect mode and decided I am not going to buy another JVC.

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Bought new JVC stereo and installed it. No noise, no cracking. 1st stereo must have been bad.

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If your unit is a "flip face" design then I would suspect that the flat ribbon cable that goes between the flip face and the main board has lost at least one of the leads and that the cable needs to be replaced. Try Partstore.com for a replacement. Good luck.

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