Protection flashing and the system turns off
You need to take it in for service. I work at an authorized JVC service center and can tell you that you now have a serious problem. It could be the amplifier or the power supply causing it. The protect circuit will activate for several different reasons and only a properly trained technician with the right tools can determain just what the problem is. I don't berlieve that trying to play the disc you mentioned would have any relation to the cause of the problem, it is most likely just a coincidence that it happened at the same time.
Before you take it in, try this.
Unplug all the speakers and then see if it will turn on and stay on. If it does stay on you may have a bad speaker. Turn it back off again and then connect one speaker at a time and turn it back on. If it shuts off in protect when you connect the first speaker, unplug that speaker and try another. If it still shuts off and goes to protect with a different speaker you have an amplifier problem. If it stays on with another speaker it may be the previous speaker is causing the problem, so take it in to be checked. Whenever you connect a speaker and then the unit goes to protect, it may be the speaker that was just connected that is causing the problem. This is not 100% all the time, but it is a pretty good indicator that is worth trying before spending money on a repair.
If the unit goes to protect even with no speakers connected you have an internal power supply or amplifier problem for sure.
Le tme know if you need any more help.
Aug 06, 2008 |
JVC TH-A25 System