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My JVC RX-9010 receiver powers up & after a couple of seconds there is a click & the unit powers back down. I have disconnected every line from the unit so the power cable is the only thing being plugged in. Is there a "button combination" to push that will give a self-diagnosis upon powering the unit up? If codes are displayed, is there a place to find out what the codes actually mean? Many Thanks!

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  • seagreg
    seagreg May 12, 2010

    I found how to run a self-diagnosis on the receiver & got the following (if this means anything to anybody):

    S000D
    2000120900



  • seagreg
    seagreg May 12, 2010

    I found how to run a self-diagnosis on this receiver & got the following codes:

    S000D
    2000120900

    Does this mean anything to anyone? I am out of work so "just buying another AV is not an option.
    Thanks!


  • Eric Prince
    Eric Prince Feb 16, 2013

    were the resistors R916 and R915 changed? these are rated at 1/2 watts so should they be replaced with 5 watt resistors?

  • Martin Wong
    Martin Wong Nov 03, 2013

    The original resistors are of 2 Watts. I change for 10 watts. Voila.

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You ned change a couple of resistors of 10 ohms at 5 watts near the digital board (Optical inputs)

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

  • Eric Prince
    Eric Prince Feb 14, 2013

    what resistor number? exact location of resistor?

  • Eric Prince
    Eric Prince Feb 16, 2013

    is it R915 and R916 ? these are rated at 1/2 watts so should they be replaced with 5 watt resistors ?

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