Question about JVC TH-M303 System
Did you get sound through the entire system after plugging in the headphones? If so, the headphone jack is acting as a switch and probably has some dirt/debris that should be cleaned. The easiest way to do this is to get some electronic switch cleaner (one that contains a lubricant as well) and spray into the headphone jack. Insert and remove the headphoe plug a number of times and the problem should be resolved.
Update this if the problem returns and we'll look further.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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