Question about JVC RX-D205 7.1 Channels Receiver
The unit is overheating so it turns on the thermal protection.
If the unit lacks proper ventilation, it will overheat and turn on the thermal protection (e.g. there are several other units stacked on the top of the receiver and they are all enclosed in a tight shelf).
The problem may also be:
- a bad solder joint on any of the components, especially the ones that tend to produce heat
- damage to any of the components
- bad / oxydized connection contacts somewhere inside the unit.
Hope you can solve it.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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