Question about JVC TH-C40 System
If cases like this occur, then the mechanism of the home theater is damage.
The mechanism is an IC which control the home theater is connected to the panel with a cord.
If the mechanism is replace with another one of the same model number, the home theater will work fine.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
Chances are the unit's trying to power up, but experiencing a current protection overload and shutting itself down before further damage is incurred. You might try the remote control to turn it on, as someone had luck doing that with a simliar problem. You can disconnect speakers and components, one at a time, to ensure nothing outside of the main unit is the problem. Once you isolate the unit as the problem, it will have to be troubleshot and serviced. Usually part of the power supply or amplifier circuit is faulty in these types of units, but that requires troubleshooting the circuit to isolate the bad component. Take it to a reputable shop, and get an estimate so you know what to expect for a charge.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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