Question about JVC TH-S5 System
The most likely problem is something dragging down the power. There could be a problem within the power supply as well. This is a "switch mode" power supply. That means that if the primary side does not oscillate correctly, you will get this cycling as well. These are hard to diagnose remotely. Typical power problems such as this run about $15 or so for parts plus the local labor rate if it is within the power supply. The parts cost will rise to the $30-$50 range if the output amp section is the problem.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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