Question about JVC TH-C30 System
On the bottom board is an electrolytic capacitor (C975) that might have failed. The top will be convex (bulged out). Since this is in the power supply, the unit will not work. Also: Check resistor R4843 and diode D4709 for charring on the board (indicates extreme heat). I have been trying to find the value of that resistor and so far no luck. Replacing the cap brought the set to life, but there is still a problem since the sound will cut off momentarily randomly. The receiver unit is at fault, not the sub unit. So I could use some help as well!! Good luck.
Posted on May 09, 2011
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