Question about JVC MX-G50 CD Shelf System
I was hoooking up my speakers and the main speaker wires touched the subwoofer wires when they were plugged in. and the system just shut off. and i cant get it back on i went out and bought new 4amp 125v fuses because they were blown but that wasnt the problem because it still wont turn back on. can any help me please
Often there is a thermal fuse or a surface mount fuse that looks more like an IC then a fuse. Check for these. Also if you are comfortable with a meter check after the transformer to see if you are getting power there. Also check the voltage regulators. If you are not comfortable with this then off to the repair shop it goes! If you contact JVC they should be able to tell you where to find an authorized repair shop. I would suspect though that there is another fuse in the circuit board. You should be able to find it fairly easily.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
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