Question about JVC TH-C30 System
There is an electrolytic capacitor on the bottom board of the "head unit". 1,000 mfd & 16 volts (C975). See if the top is bulged. Also check resistor R4843 and the associated diodes. See if there are char marks on the board under the resistor or diode D4709. Replacing the cap restored power, but the set has an interesting residual problem; the sound cuts off intermittently for a second or two. It is not in the subwoofer unit; the loss of signal is in the receiver unit. If you get the set to turn on, leave it run for a while to see if the same problem exists.
Posted on May 09, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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