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By using the scan buttons when U find a good station hold down the 1 button till it beeps then repeat 4 yr 2nd selection!!!

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just call jvc or go to their web site for answers

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clean the switches, 99% chance fixed.

use plastic safe electronics cleaner spray.

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You can't. If you're connected to the web, JVC will update automatically if an update is available and depending on the age of your smart TV.

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jvc.com

there them first.?
you posted radio to USA computer help why>
if in USA this is the USA JVC page. countries matter, for sure and 10x sure on any RADIO device made (and wifi/ and 3/4/g)

http://www.jvc.com/

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Try moving the router to beside the TV and reenter the password. I had to do that with my Samsung..

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HI,

What is the problem you have?

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yeah you can delete it again and configure the way your did it before but if you don't know how to connect using the router back again to your Jvc smart tv then ask guidance to experts

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Shut TV off. Reset TV & router and any cable or DSL modems by unplugging for a good minute then plug them all back in and wait at least a minute or two for all to reboot.

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Try using a vacuum clean along the edges.
Also set your cell phone on "vibrate" and gently touch it to the screen, use care not to scratch or damage the screen.

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You need to make the iPad a wifi hotspot.

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If you have a VHS recorder available, there are inexpensive kits from Monoprice.com .
USB 2.0 Video Grabber with Audio
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=5616

Go here. Approximately $10 or about.

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I don't know about your specific model, but on mine I used a external storage device to hold my files. Most of what you run on a smart t.v is all cloud based programs so there isn't much of a need, since most people I don't think save their banking on their tv's much.

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If you've confirmed that it's actually losing power (a CD will start over when the display and sound come back) instead of just the display cutting out, then you should first check your fuse panel in the vehicle, and make sure the fuse that provides power to your radio is seated firmly and securely. Try jiggling it if you can and see if the radio cuts out then. If it seems fine, take the radio out of the dash but leave it connected. While it's powered on and playing, jiggle the connector that's plugged into the back of it. If it's still fine, do the same thing with the wiring harness that's connected to the factory wiring. At one of those connection points (fuse panel, connector at rear of radio, or connection to the factory wiring in dash) you may have a loose connection.
If you cannot repeat the radio failure by doing this, you likely have an internal problem, such as a failing power supply, or it's overheating and shutting itself off.

If you need further help, I’m available over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/reginald_bec291de192ca44f

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you need to learn wifi has credentials.

SSID name.

wpa1/2
and pass phrase.

learn to learn what the are or learn how to change them in the wifi router, if you own it, if you don't own the router learn that only the ISP can tell you this.

no country stated
no ISP stated.
no modem and or router stated
no stated owner ship of above HW.

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Hello Charles.

Maybe you use the wrong pickup system.
Normal Phono inputs are just for MM-Systems.
MC-System needs other Pre-Amp.
Some newer Amps have a switch (mostly near the Phono inp.) to select MM- or MC- system. (MM means Moving Magnet-Sys. and MC is Moving Coil-Sys)

Best Regrets Gue.

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You will need a pre-amp if the amplifier you are using doesn't have a phono input socket. Any balanced 12v power supply will work - but you need to get one with correct plug for the turntable socket (or one which comes with a range of plugs.)

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