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JVC STEREO PROBLEM

Stereo has been fine left for a week now only cd player works no radio and the display says TU NG CANT SEE VOLUME CONTROLS OR ANYTHING

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  • DAISYS DAD Feb 25, 2008

    thanks, i will give it a try

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Did you unplug the unit and leave it that way for 10-20 mins and try again?

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