Question about JVC Televison & Video
This is a problem that is not likely to be resolved remotely. That being said, here are a few possibilities:
1) The video switching chip inside the set is defective and sensitive to heat.
2) The voltage regulator that controls the power to the chip is defective. (in essence turning off the chip)
3) The microprocessor that controls the whole set is getting confused (for whatever reason) and switching to another input stream without any indication to the user.
4) The dialogue over the HDMI tells the set that there is no video being sent/
The best thing to do here is to look for a pattern of when this occurs. FOr example, does this occur only after the set has been on for a while or is it immediate? Are other inputs effected in the same way or just the HDMI?
Keep us posted.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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