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We've had a JVC RX-5042S for a few years now and never a problem. All of a sudden we're getting "overload" all the time and the volume isn't even high! We're using the original speaker wire supplied with the system but am going to rewire with better wire just in case. Is there something else we can do?

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  • BIGWETDOG Oct 15, 2012

    i had the same issue. audio amp IC was replaced with a few other components and now i only have audio output on one speaker output. the rest have no audio output at all. now what's wrong.

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    Thabo Cavon Seema Feb 03, 2016

    Mine also display overload even thou nothing connected and i guess it was damaged due to i used high output audio from a computer sound card to my JVC RX-5042S DVD input jack.
    I don't what to replace either IC?

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The audio amplifier IC are damaged

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