Question about JVC HX-D7 Shelf System
My stereo says protect and then turns itself off how can i stop that
I cant find any where to repair my ic ports is there any way of doing it yourself and saving a load of money
Posted on May 12, 2008
Is there any way of repairing it yourself
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
With the speakers disconnected and its still shutting down then i would have to guess the output IC is shorted . This would be the part that is mounted to the metal heat sink. You would have to also make sure this is no other damage to resisitors or caps surrounding this area as they could have been affected as well . This could be tricky to work on if you don't know what your doing . Most shops could charge $35 to $55 to repair . Good luck
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
You cannot . This a feature that detects a short and shuts the stereo off before it can do further damage. If you can disconnect your speakers try that then turn on your stereo. If it displays protect mode your problem is internal. If it stays on try hooking up one speaker at a time to see if one of your speaker is bad. Make sure you turn off your stereo before attempting to reconnect your speakers . Good luck
Posted on Mar 04, 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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