Question about JVC MX-D402T Shelf System
One channel (left or right, I don't remember) of stereo suddenly stopped working. I recently had someone (try to) fix the situation. Now, one channel comes out both sides. (The repairer claims that he never new that something different was supposed to come out of the two sides.) Is it possible to get a schema that would help him figure out the problem? (I assume he just connected the left and right side together at the output.)
You been conned, Marx. And don't you think it unwise to let such a idiot to further fiddle around with your machine? Seek some professional's help.
Posted on Sep 28, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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