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I have a Logitech Pure fi dream player & it was sold minus the remote. I am trying to track one down??? M/N S-00010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
hold the src button left of power along with button to the right power.a model number will appear once it does let it disappear and the unit will go into reset. set the language, 12/hr, 24hr etc and the time. :)
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
I was having the same problem but I seemed to solve it by having the laptop volume maxed and using the dock to control volume. I think that it has a sleep function where if it is not getting a signal it powers off and for some reason the laptop isn't putting out a strong enough signal to keep it awake. Maxing the laptop volume seems to give it a constant enough signal so that the problem went away.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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