Question about JVC HX-D7 Shelf System
You have a short in the internal power of this unit. It is going into protect and shutting itself off to keep it from damaging anymore of the internal electronics. Very likely a voltage regulator has gone bad or a power capacitor has gone bad. You will not be able to repair this yourself unless you are skilled in electronic repair. I would suggest contacting the manu and seeing if they have a authorized repair shop in your area. If not ask around and see who is a reputable repair shop in your area.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
Shut off and protect flashes across the screen
Posted on May 07, 2008
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That could meen that something is improperly connected. You should try to disconnect everything, and then reconnect it step by step.
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