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Connecting a JVC S-6060 for the first time, it pops up saying 'see you' and won't power on again any idea what the fix is?

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Troubleshooting page 19, Manual below may provide some help. There are instruction on how to reset on second page
http://www.manualsdir.com/manuals/131334/jvc-kd-s6060.html

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