Question about JVC TH-C60 System
This just started to happen. There is no sound from the speakers. Turn system off and back on and the same thing occurs.
Thanks for your support.
Hi it sounds like the power is being interupted and the unit is shutting down.
You will need to check all resistors near amp check for swelling or signs of over heating. it is difficult to get schematics for these as i had friend with one and we looked everywhere for the schematics and couldnt source them.
The chances are its going to be a resistor or if lucky a solder problem witch will require resoldering this is less likely as it shuts down almost imediately so i would look at all resistors and replace as necesarry but without sourcing schematics its difficult to trace the resistors in order as to eliminate them in the right order.
Ill have another look maybe somebody has sourced one by now but just check all resistors for signs of swelling or discolour you might find it could be a couple gone let me know how you get on ok
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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