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There is a (3 minute?) warmup time.. sometmes for some reason the contrast gets adjusted.. have you tried to "increase" the contrast during the warmup time? You should see the countdown timer for warm up...
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North-easter and anyone else with JRC Radar 1000 problems

I am having the same problem on a unit I salvaged from an abandoned boat. I contacted JRC who told me the main board needs replacing. If you repaired it what action was needed?
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Re: JRC 1000 Radar won't power on??

Same here, contacted JRC in Seattle and a new board is $650.00 , so I was told if you really love your jrc 1000?
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Re: JRC 1000 Radar won't power on??

I have got one.
When first powered up, it takes about 90 seconds before the display will show the sweep.
There is a count-down in the centre of the screen.
I cannot remember if it beeps when I first power up. I suspect it does.

Check the power supply. Make sure you are feeding enough volts. Start your engine to improve the voltage supply, if necessary.
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Re: JRC 1000 Radar won't power on??

Keep in mind..
A voltmeter is not always the best tool, troubleshooting 12v systems..
They are sometimes too sensitive for the task..
I have been fooled more than once, by a digital voltmeter..
It will sometimes read 12-13 volt, but there will not be enough amp's to light a 5W light bulb at the socket...
Most Car electricians, uses the oldschool circuit tester with a built in bulb..
For circuit testing i mean..
It is a little different, when testing circuitboards..

I always have one of these lying around... : PICO WIRING 0690PT - Pico Circuit Testers - Overview - SummitRacing.com

Just my thoughts tho...
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Re: JRC 1000 Radar won't power on??

My JRC radar did that . I was quoted $650 for repair. Bought a new radar. Definitely not from the people who gave me the quote ( Victoria Marine electric)

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