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Re: my l/r channel will not work
My one speaker had no sound at all (drivers-side front spkr) turns out the speaker actually blew out. First check audio settings Bal + Fade. Second check the wiring in the back of the head unit and make sure all wires are secure. Third, check the wiring on the back of the speaker. Hope this helps!
With the radio on u will need to push audio button it will change to something different on the face push until speaker balance comes up & then push butons below it left or right to balance each side of speakers. For me it was the left speakers that i needed to balance good luck John
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Are you sure you wired up the head unit correctly? It is fairly uncommon for a audio output amplifier to blow out leaving 3 working speakers and 1 not working. So more than likely it is bad wiring or a blown speaker. Best bet would be get a digital multimeter and ohm out the speaker and see if it has continuity and is the same as the adjacent speaker. You could also try swapping the left/right channel wiring and see if the front right speaker stops working when connected to the left speaker output or vice versa.
check your speaker wiring, make sure both terminals are connected properly. or could just be left speaker is disconnected. and is set in stereo mode which will only play left and right front and Sub, if you have one. try chaning the surround mode to play in multi channel speaker which will send sound to all speakers. i trust your using a Digital audio cable from your source ( cable box, DVD player) if your using analog audio cable you will only get stereo sound, and nothing will ever come out of the rear speaker unless you change the surround mode to multi- channel speaker. also in the setup menu you should be able to perform a speaker setup, make sure all your speakers are able to produce sound. follow speaker setup mode in menu, make sure you have checked the boxes or Yes to speaker you have in your system. then perform calibration and a test tone will come out of each speaker as you select them.
Well, very common with JVC's to loose channels, JVC's tend to burn out or, skip, or their channels die out. Easiest fix is to replace it with a Sony or Pioneer but if not an option then use the rear left channel to run both left front and left rear speakers. Wire the left front + and left rear + to the solid green rear + wire on the car harness adapter and the left negatives to the green w / black rear negative channel wire. This will be a temporary fix but you need to fix or replace the radio otherwise the speakers will draw aheavy load from the rear left channel of the radio and probably overheat or burn out on you with long time hearing or at high volumes.
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If you disconect the wires to the cartridge and with deck plugged in to the amp and switched on, you can touch the ends of the wires with your finger. Though there are four wires, only two should produce a buzz, one in the left, one in the right speakers. If you get a buzz in each channel, the rest of the unit is working fine and you have a faulty cartridge or a poor connection to it. If one channel remains dead, then you have a problem in the wires to your amp or an internal fault inside the deck. If internal I suggest you remove the bottom of the turntable and have a look around.
Sometimes what happens is that people r just confused with all wirings.Considering that you have connected the speakers correctly...Now according to u the center speaker is not working
If u have a jack attached at the end of the speakers then try connecting the center speaker jack into the Right front/Right Rear/Left Rear socket at the back of the reciever.Just to make sure that your speakers r fine.
Secondly play an audio cd first,sumtimes a video DVD not being 5.1 channel one confuses a lot.
Assuming that you have checked the center speaker,like I asked u too,Connect it into its proper socket or better connect all the speakers.
Now with the remote you check the predefined equalizer in it n keep changing that [pop,rock,jazz etc] or you might even want it to change it to 5.1 from a 3channel or 2channel Stereo.Everytime you change it listen to every speaker.
Also check that you have increased all the speakers volume one-by-one.
Disconnect any headphones attached.
Switch on the selected source or select another source.
For further details u can check the manual.
The VGA cable of the monitor will work fine.
since it worked before and you didnt change anything and now there is no power it looks like you blew a fuse when connecting wires. check the radio fuse on the door panel, and check the int. lighting fuse under the hood of the car. take both out and see if they are blown, if blown buy new fuses and replace.
heres the wiring diagram for a 1990 Ford Taurus:
Left Front (+) orange/lt green
Left Front (-) lt blue/white or Blk
Left Rear (+) pink/lt green
Left Rear (-) dk blue/ orange or Blk/Wht
Right Front (+) Wht/Lt green
Right Front (-) Dk green/ orange
Right Rear (+) pink/Lt blue
Right Rear (-) Tan/White
Lt green/yellow Hot at all times
Black - Ground
Yellow/Blk - Ignition
Lt blue/red - Acc
Orange/blk - Dimmer Lights
RED - Lights