Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
There is most likely a fault in the power supply that is causing the amplifier to go into protection. This receiver more than likely has a switching power supply you can tell by the weight of the amp. Heavy = linear power supply and light = switching power supply. Common problems with switch mode power supplies are the FETs used for switching and the PWM (pulse width modulation generator) If you know someone into electronic repair it should be too difficult. The FETs won't be cheap. Though. All in all the unit should be no more than 100 dollars to repair between labor and parts.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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