New batteries but can't get the OFF signal to turn ON. The interface is working and all connections are correct but it won't power up properly. Whatever button I touch on the interface it just beeps. It was working properly until I disconnected and took it to a party (worked fine) and then came home to reconnect it and experienced this problem. Help!!
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I have just had a major problem trying to get the handheld (touch screen) music centre to communicate with the multi room interface. It took over a week to sort out by trial and error, but here is the solution :
1. Disconnect everything from the multi room interface apart from Room A and the CD player (blue connector).
2. Turn off the electricity supply at the wall (turning off any in line extension lead is not good enough - it needs to be at the wall socket). Leave turned off for at least 2/3 hours.
3. Turn back on and then leave it again for 2/3 hours.
4. Touch the music centre and you should find that it has now registered with the interface unit.
5. Connect the other rooms and input sources with the power switched on (contrary to instruction manual which advises you connect everything before powering up).
6. Test each input systematically as you connect them.
Hope this helps. I was on the verge of buying another multi room interface (I have 2 music centres and neither worked so assumed in was the interface at fault), at a cost of £200, so now glad I persevered with resetting the system !
Reconnect the Bose link connection at the Multi room interface and at the Acoustimass Module.If this doesn't help,change the remote control batteries.If the it still display "no response",it means either the interface or remote is bad
Gday mate, we had a problem with another late model vehicle similar to that, the bulb that was put into the reverse light was not exact brand product ( ohmage was slightly wrong ) and fowled up computer, correct bulb in place and disconnect battery to reset K A M ( keep alive memory) problem solved, BEWARE, some vehicles cannot have KAM reset except for dealer computer tethered reboot , just try putting the factory correct bulb(s) in and see how it goes, geoff. hope this helped.
Hi,here are the basic steps to check your phone problem.
* Try another battery to check if that's the only problem, * also try another battery if there's a response in charging. * check the battery terminal if there's a corrosion as well as the battery interface, re-align battery terminal pins if its leveled. * if nothing the above works,consult a mobile service center for assistance.
TROUBLESHOOTING OPERATING PROBLEMS The camera does not work. 1 The power is OFF. [ Set the Mode dial to turn on the power. (P. 36) 2 The batteries are loaded incorrectly. [ Reload the batteries correctly. (P. 28) 3 The batteries are exhausted. [Replace the batteries with new ones. (P. 28) 4 The batteries are temporarily unable to function. [Keep the batteries warm while using the camera. 5 Power has shut off to conserve battery consumption. [Operate the shutter button or the zoom lever. 6 It is connected to a personal computer. [The camera will not operate while it is connected to a personal computer.
That sounds more like a polarity, or phase problem. Make sure your speakers are hooked up correctly, with the correct colors going to (+) positive, and (-) negative. Make sure your rca connection are correct, and that every connection has a left and a right. No stereo-to-mono adapters.
Is setting to "vocal" an eq selection, or a "dolby" stereo selection?
Are you using a dolby surround stereo receiver with left, right, center, rear, etc.?? If so, try turning off any effects, or anything that would send signal to the center speaker.
Lastly, depending on what the source of your music is, it is possible if your connections or receiver settings are not correct...that the music upon playback will be out of polarity, meaning the vocal portion will cancel out. Combining left and right signal together can sometimes do this as well.
If you have all the devices hooked up correctly using the JVC/Sirius interface. It does not recognize it if it's defective. Most common problem sirius/xm has. The miniport for the antenna connection has a bad solder joint and thus is inop. if it does turn on by chance, it will say "acquiring signal" and that's it. If it's new get it replaced. If it was working prior to this, and it's out of warranty, go on Ebay and get a rebuilt tuner, their about 50.00 and more reliable than new. Hope this helps