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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: JVC RX-7000V
As per the instruction manual the overload is there because of high volume condidtions and your over heating the unit. They recomend to turn down the volume shut off the reciver wait a few minutes and turn back on the unit with lower volumes. Second it states that the peaker wires or speakers could be shorted so make sure the speakers are good and the wires when you connected them to the reciver are not shorted. If all is hooked up properly then you have a problem in the output stage of the amp and its gonna need service unless you know how to replace the defective output devices? If not Go online at the addy I give you to find about service parts or service manuals.. Good Luck http://www.jvcservice.com
Posted on Apr 23, 2006
On the bottom of the remote on right side, right next to the master volume - key . it is actually called muting instead of just mute. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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