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Kd-sx940 I removed the pre-amp IC from this radio but I fail to write the part number down. Does anyone know the P/N or has good IC to sell? Please help me ASAP!!!!!!!

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SOURCE: looking for a blown IC part number AN34001A

JVC part link....
http://www.encompassparts.com/products/?AN34001A

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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SOURCE: setting the time

PRESS THE 'SEL" BUTTON MORE THAN TWO SECONDS AND THEN WITH THE KNOB VOLUME CHANGE SET HOUR THEN PRESS THE FORWARD BUTTON TO SET THE MINUTES WITH THE KNOB VOLUME THEN PRESS SOURCE.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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If it happened from a speaker going bad you must replace the bad speaker.
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If you do not know how to remove solder and to solder very good, it is reccomended that you take it in for service, but it may not be worth it since this unit is not very exspensive. A shop may charge as much as $100 for this repair. part alone is about $30 or $40.

If you want to know the part number please reply and I will look it up for you, or you can get the generic number off the ic itself.

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