Question about Audio Shelf Systems
After power on my NEON "NE 1300" Stereo CD/Radio/Amplifier hangs and displays "WAIT". The "WAIT" used to go away after a few seconds. But now it stays there 'forever' and keeps me from playing a CD or radio.
Does anybody have an idea, what it is waiting for? What can I do?
Fuses are ok. All voltages output by the power supply seem ok (match the labels).
A desperate longshot but the only i have to offer: It might be a problem with the electricity. if possible try and install it at another location in your house, using other electricity sockets. If the problem is solved by relocating the system, you might be looking at wiring problems (audio equipment can be very sensitive to that), if changing anything in the installation process solved the problem then the problem was probably due to bad grounding and "loose" electricity. Try making the installation as "clean" as possible, avoid tangled wires and stressing a single socket with too many electric appliances. If the problem persists, and you are still under warranty, I suggest contacting your local JVC dealer. If you're out of warranty I suggest locating a professional repair person. Good luck
Posted on Jan 24, 2006
SOURCE: radio does not work
If the unit is only a few months old, returnit for warranty repair or exchange. A power fail should not effect it. Try unplugging it for a few hours to force a system reset. If that fails to resolve the problem, have it serviced under warranty.
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
It may be that there is a problem with a fuse inside the stereo. It may say protect because the fuse has broken a connection that allows it to turn on. If the protect goe sup it is trying to help save the stereo from cooking its self, and give you a chance to get it fixed. If that is not the problem then it may be easier to just buy a new one, because a fix may be expensive if you don't have any warranties.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
Amplifier chip/circuit is kaput. Unless you are familiar in fixing electronic equipments better to give it for repairs................sodeep
PS. Buying a new one will not be cost effetive unless you need a change!
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
It sounds like maybe you have speaker wires touching somewhere. If they are touching it will blow fuses, especially if you turn the volume up to try to hear anything. DO NOT put bigger fuses in to replace the old ones, you will actually do more damage to your system because a higher volt fuse will allow a higher voltage to "spike" in your stereo and might just start frying internal parts.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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