Question about JVC HX-D7 Shelf System
This is related to several problems, but the main problem is with the audio connection.
1. First disconnect the power cord from the mains and unplug the audio cable. Leave it for few minutes while you follow the next step
2. First check the audio cords, if possible try with another, (don't connect the audio cable this time).
3. Turn down the volume and all the controls, now turn on the system. [I hope the system's ok this time] Connect the audio cables one by one, and find out which on is creating the problem. [if it displays the same message at the first connection, try the second after removing the first, don't connect one after another, do it one by one, means if one connection is made and you find no problem, then unplug it and do the next] If this doesn't help, you need to follow the next step. *I hope this will definitely help you find out the culprit*
4. You final option is to call a technician.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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