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Am doing an initial install of a JVC R920-BTS. I havent hooked up any speakers yet cause all I'm getting is a message saying miswiring. I have checked the wires and the fuses and it all looks good. What would be causing this to happen?

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Hook up the speakers and see if the miswiring message goes away.

Posted on Feb 14, 2018

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SOURCE: Diamond Audio amplifier 1200W

If the speaker wires touched and the protection circuit didn't engage quickly enough, the output transistors may have failed. This is the most common cause for an amplifier to go into protect mode.

If you disconnect the speaker wires from the amp and the B+ and remote voltage are above ~11 volts (place black meter lead on ground terminal of the amp when checking the voltage), and the protect light still comes on, the amplifier will need to be repaired.

Posted on Nov 25, 2007

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SOURCE: Wireless WLAN

I have been working with Dell on this problem for quite some time. They tried replacing drivers, uninstalling and re-installing the card, replacing the card with a new one, etc, etc. Nothing worked. Sooner or later the error came back. Their last "fix" was to suggest that I restore the system to factory default condition and start all over again. I refused to do this. I had spent over 8 months adding software, tweaking it and windows, etc. They basically threw up their hands and gave up.

The Dell tech who replaced the card tried the solution noted here and "supposedly" it was fixed. A few weeks later the error came back.

So... I still don't have a fix for this problem.

If anyone finds one please let me know.

I'll check back here periodically.

Thanx,

Randy

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: 2000 Toyota Corolla.Dome light and clock not working

change the fuse AUX.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Odometer & gear shift indicator does not illuminate.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84FAjLxoK00

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

Azrael SRL

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SOURCE: my kw-avx840 was showing a

The faulty wire was shorting on the ground. When that happened the current flowing thru the amplifier top which that wire was connected got severely overstressed. This is why the safety system was triggering. By reseting it you were just making the problem a lot worse - you were forcing the amplifier to run with its output shorted. So it was to be expected that it eventually failed - it severely overheated and it got shorted itself internally. Now it's the short in the amplifier the one that is triggering the error message. And because the short is on a critical part you can no longer reset it - the power source itself has shut down.
The radio will have to be dismantled and the failed final amplifier identified and replaced, a job for a pro - time to take it to an electronics repair shop.

Posted on Aug 15, 2011

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