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JVC AVX1 Faceplate

The unit was working fine until this morning, but a spring seems to have broken and the faceplate wont stay on unless I hold it on or tape it. What are my alternatives - new unit or send the old one for repair?

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SOURCE: no display on faceplate unless I push on it

Three possible faults. Irst choice would be connector on radio you see when faceplate is removed may have some oxidation on pins. Sometimes with a small fine point file or dental pick you can try to scrape off any visible oxidation use caution not to bend any pins and be sure radio has no power . 2nd choice could be worn flex cable that connects to main p.c.b. and Third is chassis that keyboard connects to may be slightly bent causing a bad connection. I have a PDF service manual if you need it [email protected]

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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i have no disc with my jvc exad but i want to put my own pictures on it how do i do it

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my JVC-KD AVX1 cd player faceplate isnt clipping on it used to clip in and stay on , now it wont stay clipped in. it only works when i press ******* the right side of the faceplate so the metal pins slot inside each other , it also doesnt play dvd's and doesnt read copied cd's very well , it plays originals fine,i tried gluing it onto the rotating cd tray bit but it wasnt held in place tight enough ,is there anything i can do to get it clipped in ? any advice would be much appreciated since i just got it lol

Posted on Feb 23, 2012

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