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No sound from receiver
As it is a receiver then it's probably something to do with the amp section. Either the pre-amp or the power amp. If you get no response at all by connecting a tape or cd player to it, then it's likely the pre-amp might have failed.
Replace burn out fuse
hello because theres a dead short somewhere what i mean by this is 1 of the components is faulty this is where you will need to do some checks or take it to an engineer
I just moved and can only use 3 speakers with my
Unless the TV has an output for Dolby Digital, you can only listen in stereo or a pro-logic modes, or other none digital mode. If you only connect 3 of the 5 speakers, then the other two channels will simply not be heard, but it shouldn't damage the amp.
hooked up ps3 to amp works great! trying to hook up 2nd blueray player, with 2nd fiber chord. i have it pluged in to dvd port on amp , can"t get no sound ! wat to do ?
I had a similar problem with a jvc 8040. when I replaced the fuse it became very obvious that the b1560 output on the center channel was blown (smoke and sparks, always a dead giveaway). I haven't fixed the center channel yet but simply unplugged the center channel board and removed it from the unit. Now everything works fine except of course the center channel. Pre outs still operate just fine so a slave amp could be used for center channel power, or you could just go and buy a marantz amp; I did and then I realized that I was lucky that the old jvc quit.
Turns on by itself
First thing to do is to take out the batteries out of the remote and see if it still turns on by itself. If it doesnt, go to http://www.remotes.com and get a new one. If it does still have a problem, Its most likly in the remote IR sensor or the microprocessor and this has or should be diagnoised by a trained tech as its all solid state and the way to do this would be to look at the waveforms in the remote,microprocessor,and power supply circuit. Good Luck
After system reset, how do I preset stations on my ux-d327b jvc hi-fi
You can only preset stations one by one. First, you can do a full scan for all stations in range. Press and hold the Stop button on the unit. Press Play/Pause to start the scan. (There are alternate methods using the remote control. See page 17 of the manual.) Press Fast Forward or Fast Reverse on the unit to navigate through the stations that have signal.
To set a preset, tune in a station using the Tune+/Tune- buttons on the remote or Fast Forward/Fast Reverse. Then press and hold Prog/Preset on the remote. When you see ##Empty or a preset number, use Tune+/Tune- to select one of the 20 preset storage numbers. Press OK/Play/Pause to save the preset. (If using the buttons on the unit, press Fast Forward/Fast Reverse to select a preset location. Press Play/Pause to save. You will see Stored on the display in either case, if you successfully saved the frequency to the location.
ManualsLib has the manual for the JVC UX-S327B here: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1939546/Jvc-Ux-D327b.html#product-UX-D327B
. See page 18 for presetting stations.
I hope this helps.
6/5/2022 5:43:37 PM •
on Jun 05, 2022
How do I remove the platter on a JVC L-F130
Most platters and turntables use a friction fitting. Basically It's pushed on. The centre spindle has a slight taper on it so the platter grips tighter the farther down you push it. Lift the lid out of the way, off altogether if you can. Get a helper to hold down the body of the turntable with one hand and push their thumb of the other hand down on the tip of centre spindle. While they do this you grip the outside edges of the platter on opposite sides and firmly pull UP. **Caution** The platter might let go suddenly so warn your helper AND be ready for it.
4/26/2022 9:23:17 PM •
on Apr 26, 2022
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