Please Help ...I have no sound...I need a simple outline: how to connect ,set up and program my JVC RX-6020V 5.1 Audio/Video Control Reciever and my XL-FZ258 CompactDisc Automatic Changer For C.Ds ... It was working, then I moved, catalog lost ,no sound.
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It sounds like the Yam can switch video sources but the audio amplifier section is dead. Although I'm not familiar with this unit, simple logic tells me that unless it's a mulit-channel and/or surround sound" setting, the audio section of your Yamaha has failed. If the Yam has speaker protection mode (5-10 sec. delay when 1st turned on) it's possible that a defective speaker (or speaker wire) could be causing the protection circuit to NOT connect amp-to-speakers. Disconnect one speaker at a time (at rear connection on Yamaha) to see if audio returns.
There is some sort of setting you need to change on the JVC receiver. I had this same problem, and I read the manual and it solved it. You need to press and hold down a button to change the mode. Your unit probably says "TV Sound" right now. Once you press this button (not sure what button) like the manual says, the display should change to "DBS" and then it should work just fne.
Sounds to me like you have not got the cener speaker working properly. Try another surround mode, then check the speaker by switching it with another known good one just to make sure i the problem is the speaker or the receiver. You can also do the speaker test and make sure the center speaker is set to be turned on in the menu settings.
Here is a link to the owners/operation manual and you can find any information you need to check your receiver out. If you never are able to get it working, you need to take it to a service center to be checked out.
All the speakers connected right? ANy speaker fuses not accounted for? If you moved , someone may have dropped it or bonked it enough to crack a printed circuit board. That would make things unpleasant. It's fairly easy to fix a cracked PCB if you know what to look for.