Question about JVC KD-SX991R CD Player
My car stereo has stopped working, I can get CDs in and out and the green light comes on on the CD player, but the face has no light on and doesn't do anything at all. It just went off yesterday with no warning. The display button makes the time come up but nothing else. Any help would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: JVC KD -S680 needs help
all radios like your has two power inlets one is battery and the other is Acc or Ing. The battery line keeps power in the radio after you turn off your car both lines must work for the radio to turn on it sounds like a resister burn out thats why your face plate was warm.
Posted on Sep 25, 2006
At most that I can share with you are generic.
If this is a fairly new car/radio model - When your battery died, the radio assumed that it was forcibly removed from the original vehicle it was installed to. For security purposes, the radio will not be usable by anybody not unless re-initialized (security unlock) by the original dealer of the car. You need to bring documents as proof of ownership, VIN information, and all others as may be required to your car dealer who would then submit them to an online support that would verify authenticity of claim and if the "numbers" match. Thereafter, a series of codes and procedures would be given to your dealer who in turn would use them to restore the JVC to operational status. There is nothing wrong with the JVC other than it will not let the user use it.
There is no known bypass to this. There is however a modification that could be done to prevent from happening again.
If the car/JVC does not employ the above described security feature, then chances are that internally, the JVC has developed a fault. Since this would require opening the unit, electronic circuitry diagnosis and possible component replacement, perhaps your best bet would be to seek the services of a qualified auto audio technician.
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Posted on Nov 13, 2007
The substrait is probably cracked, that's the circuits inside the pc board of the faceplate. It will cost you too much to try to have it repaired. If you will wait for a few days I may have a face for it as I'm currently trying to fix one that is blowing fuses. I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time on it. I'll let you know.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
Changing the general settings
You can change the items listed on the next page
by using the PSM (Preferred Setting Mode) control.
• The PSM items are grouped into five
categories—“Disp (display),” “Clock,” “Tuner,”
“Color,” and “Audio.”
1 Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the PSM
items appears on the display.
(See page 23.)
The currently selected
category is shown on the
left side of the display.
2 Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down) repeatedly
until your desired PSM category
appears on the left side of the
3 Select the PSM item you want to
4 Adjust the PSM item selected.
5 Repeat steps 2 to 4 to adjust the other
PSM items if necessary.
6 Finish the setting.
To set clock—Clock Hr, Clock Min
You can set the clock using the PSM control.
1 Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2
seconds so that one of the PSM items appears
on the display.
2 Press 5 or ∞ repeatedly until “Clock” is selected
as the PSM category (it is shown on the left side
of the display).
3 Press ¢ or 4 to select “Clock Hr
4 Turn the control dial to adjust the hour.
5 Press ¢ or 4 to select “Clock Min
6 Turn the control dial to adjust the minute.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: iPod to car stereo connections
well if there is alittle hole thing on the radio, you have to buy a wire addapter at walmart, then plug one end in the headphone hole and one end in the radio hole.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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A malfunctioning stereo may least allow feature buttons to perform extractions of CDs. Depending on how the stereo was installed, the car would have to be powered on to attain stereo functionalities. Second, CDs have to be inserted with the readable media side facing the appropriate lenses to achieve results. A wrong insertion of the CD into stereo compartment may require forceful extraction. Observe the type of stereo to ascertain CD extraction also known as reset buttons. Usually a tiny area, the reset button allows inserting an object that forces the car stereo to eject stuck disks. Every mean to eject stereo disk have to be performed while the car is turned on to utilize the source of power. An unsuccessful attempt to dislodge CDs in stereo compartments would require auto electrician's consultation. An unsuccessful dislodge attempt usually requires acquiring a new stereo in replacement of the malfunction.
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