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Last Updated on February 8, 2022 by John Robinson
Protect mode is a feature on JVC stereo system which protects the unit from damage. When Protect mode is activated, no functions or operations of the stereo system can be used.
JVC Radio’s Protected Mode: What causes it
There are various reasons behind JVC radio protect mode. These are as follows :
Reason #1: Overheating
Overheating is the most common cause behind JVC radio protect mode. When an electronic device heats up and requires an efficient cooling system to function properly then it is likely that the device can stop working or may even get damaged.
When JVC radio overheat, they trigger the protect mode and stops all kinds of operations which avoid damage.
Reason #2: Short Circuit
Short circuit may cause the stereo system to stop working and JVC radio will automatically go in protect mode. The power supply for this stereo systems is inbuilt.
Short-circuited connections inside the JV radio may cause the speaker unit to be damaged which can turn on protect mode on JVC stereo system. Power supply, short-circuited connections, amplifier circuit failure may also cause protect mode to be activated
Reason #3: Loose Connection
Another reason behind JVC radio protect mode is a loose connection. This can be due to various reasons like connection is not properly fitted or the wires are broken. This type of fault in connection is very common and all you have to do is reconnect the wires or replace them.
Reason #4: Faulty Power Adapter
Faulty power adapter is another reason behind JVC radio protect mode. If there is any problem in the wires of the power adapter, this mode gets activated. This mode also gets activated if the power adapter is not working properly.
Reason #5: Loud Noises
Another reason why JVC stereo system enters protect mode is due to loud noises. If there was a sudden shock or if somebody bangs the stereo system, it can enter protect mode. This problem is also common and in order to avoid it you must disconnect or replace the wires as soon as possible.
Reason #6: Theft Attempt
Another reason why JVC radio enters protect mode is an attempt of theft. If somebody tries to steal your stereo system you might get this problem. So, you should always try to keep your JVC system in a protected place or install security cameras around it.
Reason #7: Speakers Malfunctioning
If the speakers are not working properly, it can lead to JVC radio keep on protect mode. So, if you are getting this problem remove the wires and check if there is any loose connection.
How to Unlock Protected Mode on JVC Stereo System
In order to fix the problem of protect mode on JVC system you must follow the below mentioned steps :
Step 1: First of all disconnect the system from the power supply and leave it for a minute. After disconnecting, check if there is any loose connection or broken wire.
Step 2: If the problem still persists disconnect all the wire from the stereo system and then switch it on again. Now, connect the wires one by one and check if the problem still occurs.
Step 3: If no issue arises, it means that some wire has a loose connection. You must then reconnect it or replace that wire. If the problem still persists then check your speakers and fix it.
Step 4: If the speakers are ok then check the wires again. Now, switch off your system and reconnect it. Then switch it on and check if the problem has been solved or not.
Solving Protecting Send Service Error Message in JVC Head Unit
If your stereo system is displaying “protecting sending service” error message then you must follow the below mentioned steps :
Step 1: To fix a JVC radio that’s displaying “protecting send service” on the screen, turn it off and disconnect the battery.
Step 2: Hold down MENU and Skip buttons at same time as you apply 12-volt external power to your JVC car radio.
Step 3: Release those buttons when DC ERR displays on the screen; then press Skip button again until “DC1 OK” is displayed.
Step 4: Hold advance display plus pause together, it will show”DC2″ then press Pause button to show “DC2 0”. That’s all
In conclusion, JVC stereo system protect mode is a very common problem. There are various reasons behind this problem and it can be fixed with simple steps. It is also advisable to follow the precautions so as to prevent this problem in future.
So, all you have to do is follow the above mentioned steps in order to fix the problem of protect mode on JVC system. JVC protect mode can be fixed with simple steps and precaution to avoid it in the future.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is protect mode in JVC car stereo?
A protect mode in JVC car stereo is when your head unit interrupts power to certain circuits that are used during an electrical over stress event. This protects the system memory and other circuitry from being damaged. It also locks out the controls so no settings can be changed while it’s active. Protect mode can occur when there is a sudden surge or drop in voltage coming from the car’s electrical system.
How to avoid JVC stereo system protect mode?
The best way to avoid protect mode on JVC stereo system is to connect it only to the battery that’s supposed to be connected. You should also try disconnecting or replacing your wire immediately.
Protect mode can be fixed with simple steps and precaution to avoid it in the future.
Howdy! I’m John Robinson from Levittown, New York. I am a mechanical engineer for 15 years and already had an established car repair company. I developed a personal relationship with cars since I was a kid. I always love the sounds and smell emitted by a car or truck and even at construction machinery. Since then I have been married but my love for cars only grew.