Question about JVC LT-32WX84 32 in. HDTV-Ready LCD Television
I hate to think it but I suspect that there is no soultion to my problem. Using an adaptor we plugged our TV into the 220 outlet next to the cable. Imediatly it began to smoke white sweet smellling smoke. We unplugged it and opened all the windows. When we came back later with a step down transformer we got picture and sound and things seemed ok. However after a few minuets a weird sound could be heard like a rattle snake and we did notice the sweet smell was back though very faint and without the smoke. We turned the TV off agian and are hoping for a solution to appear >< We do know from having our microwave previously plugged into the step down transformer that it is a little lower power output than 120 but without proper equipment were not sure exactly what the output is. Please, let us know if there is any hope for our TV. Thank you, Lost in Korea
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Progressive power up problem
Yeppers. Sounds like the standby power supply has a bad capacitor in it and the regulator Ic is defective. These parts should only be replaced by quilified technician as there is very high voltage inside these sets. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 14, 2006
Sounds pretty bad to me, I had a computer monitor that did a similar thing when plugged in after blowing, it's not a good thing. I didn't even bother to mess with it. You may have to replace the whole power board or at least have a whole handful of pieces to re-solder. It most likely isn't worth it unless your other tv's are under 30" and you don't have a lot of money ;)
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
the most common cause for this is the capacitor (1uf 630vdc)located at c19 on the main power board.the cost for this component is around 90p
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
SOURCE: JVC HDTV Pictrure Distortion
Your TV needs to be calibrated. Rear projection TVs are very sensitive to movement. They have 3 color canons that need to be precisely aligned so that the colors overlay each other. They are like three projectors all aimed at the same screen.
If you were to enter the User Menu on the TV, you should find an alignment/calibration choice that will re-align the colors using some on-screen help.
If you are not able to resolve the situation on your own, a certified ISF Calibrationist should be called.
And, since you've bought this TV used, it should be cleaned by a professional (the canons, lenses, etc.)
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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