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Bass speaker stops working every now and then

The bass speaker of my JVC TH-A85 system randomly stops functioning. It will shut off in the middle of a movie, or when im just watching tv or listening to radio. After a while it automatically comes back on. Does anyone have an idea what the problem is?

Posted by Erwin Wijsbek on

  • Erwin Wijsbek Apr 23, 2007

    Nope no answer. And actually all speakers stop at the moment it happens. But since they're all connected to the bass speaker (subwoofer), i figured the problems must be in that one.

  • Erwin Wijsbek Apr 30, 2007

    Yes that seems to be it, the headphone mode it goes in by itself. I think i got it fixed now by blowing in it, to get dust out.

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Hi, Ive finally found the problem with my system :o) Its not the subwoofer its the DVD unit!!! think outside the box. Mine was randomly switching into headphone mode, so i pluged some headphones in took them out and walla its working fine. Not sure why this happaned perhaps some dirt or something else got inside there???? Let me know if this helps

Posted on Apr 28, 2007

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