Question about JVC MX-D302T Shelf System
Turn on the ol' JVC MX-D302T and everything is fine, until it warms up. Somedays that's five minutes, somedays 20. Then it goes dead and stays that way for hours ... or minutes.
Since I know nothing, I'll say it sounds like a fuse acting up. But which one where and can I replace it myself?
This is not a fuse problem. I would suspect that the output amplifier section is getting too hot and shutting down. Check you speaker cables and make sure that they are not shorting out at all. If they are OK, then there is a problem with the amp itself that will require bench time to resolve.
Keep us posted.
Posted on May 28, 2008
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