I am trying to locate a new faceplate for my RX-6008v. The old face cracked while moving, and it causes receiver to not operate at all. The face will light up for one sec then dim out. I took it apart and it is the only thing found broken with thorough inspection. Please let me know if you have one.
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have you called the local auto wreckers they might have the old deck or you can always get ahold of jvc itself to order a new face plate 9 times out 10 i just always replaced the deck depending on the worth of the deck does it got the usb port multi preouts etc depends on what you want to spend
make sure you're using the corresponding speaker inputs for speaker 1 (only) and turn off Speaker 2 on the bottom left corner near the headphone jack (it should be sticking out further then the speaker 1 button). hope this helps.
All you need is either a dock, which will keep the I-Pod powered up, or a 3.5mm plug to two RCA phono leads, which will also be needed for the dock, this plugs into your headphone socket of your I-Pod and the two RCA's into an aux socket on the JVC. You can then listen to it in Dolby Pro-Logic. You won't be able to listen in Dolby Digital, unless the I-Pod has Dolby Digital output, which will require a different lead.
Of course the sound source (music) would have to be recorded with Dolby Surround, to get the full benefit, but many are, they just don't say in the imformation given.
disconnect all speakers to see if 'overload' goes away.if it goes away then you might have a bad speaker.If OVERLOAD is still there with no speakers connected .Then audio output circuit needs repair in unit..