Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Since your JVC worked and just the faceplate of your system that did not work, there might be a issue with comes to faceplate.
The faceplate itself might be old , meaning JVC receiver works but the faceplate is not compatible to it. I suggest to check the faceplate manual and how long you have been usen the faceplate. If in case this is brand new, you could replace the entire face-plate and cover it in grill cloth (if the original stuff would come off you could use that or buy new cloth).
If that did not work, then you can check your face plate manufacturer and ask what will be the compatible face plate for your JVC receiver...
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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