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Reciever Problem On my JVC RX-6008V the display comes up "Overload" I checked the speaker wire, the wire was good, i checked the speaker, it was good. I even tried switching speakers and it still doesnt work. It usually happens when i try to turn it up. So i figured it was an internal problem.

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    Theres a lil more to this problem, i'll run the Test on the speakers, and it usually states "overload" on the Left Front speaker, never any of the others, and thats with any speaker running in the left front

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Just dont turn it up so loud and it'll never give you problems. I have the same exact receiver.

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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Hi, its definetly an internal problem, commonly in the output section, usually its a capacitor or an transistor which is leaky or short. which causes the overload, so u will need a techinical hand to get it resolved.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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