There's a red light flashing next to "On timer" and tv won't turn on or off, manually or with remote. You commented to someone else "Electrolytic cap in low voltage supply". Does that mean we need to replace something in our tv or are we needing to dump this tv and buy a new one??
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Just press the buttons on the TV randomly, sometimes this combination works in starting the TV w/o a remote. After that use the remote for the dish to flip channels, but you will have to set the sound manually from time to time.......sodeep
Hi, last night I tunred my tv off and when I went to turn it on in the moring, the timer light keeps flashing. I have no reason to set the timer. I've tried to un-plug it and plug it back in but it keeps turning off. What can I do? Thanks
In a large number of failures with these symptoms it's usually the HOT (horiz. output trans. Q522, which is a 2sd2499) and the regulator (Str30134), together with fuse F902 (Gma 1.25a). Not an expensive repair or that complicated if you're fairly good with electronics and know how to solder correctly. Otherwise take it in and have it repaired professionally - it's worth it... Bill
Refer to the trouble-shooting section of your manual. Usually, with this technology, the lights (Lamp/Temp) on these sets are also used at diagnosis/fault indicators... so, your manual should tell you what a flashing TIMER light represents. If the manual, doesn't provide this information, then ring JVC and ask one of their technicians.