I had opened a problem last night with a support guy called "welcomejee" but the Laptop I was using flaked out on me, Girlfriend's son's.??? What I need is to get the TV back to the factory default for initial power on. The manual intructs you to choose either Area 1 or Area 2 and then there are different options and procedures for what Area your in. The big problem is the manual doesn't really give you any real information about differences between the two. Area 1 looks like mainly US and Canada but Area 2 is Russia, Eastern Europe and SouthEastr Asia. Since I am in the United Kingdom I went with Area 2 as it defaulted to it when that screen was displayed but now I can't get it to autoscan and find any channels and you can only manual search and fine tune using the Area 1 option. This is a multi-system TV connected to a SKY Plus Digital Cable box via a coax cable from the RF1 Out port to the back of the flat screen. I'm an IT guy with a company called General Dynamics and have lived here in the UK for 11 years, I'm familiar with Video setup and know how to tune in a TV over here and what connections are required, my only problem is I don't know how to get this particular JVC TV back to origianal factory settings so I can start over with the Area 1 option as the Area 2 won't find any channels and after troubleshooting it it seems the solution is to use Area 1.
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Feb 25, 2015 - Uploaded by Awesome Things
JVC LT-46AM73 LCD TV won't turn on after power outage. ...LCD & LED TV Repair - No Image & Blank Black ScreenFlashlight Test - How to ...
Channel guard and V-Chip
settings are protected by a four-digit lock code. Your TV comes preset
with a lock code of 0000
You may change the code to any four-digit number you wish. To
change the lock code, follow the steps below.
Press the MENU button
To "Initial Setup"
To "Set Lock Code"
To operate (Password input screen will appear)
Enter the password by using the 10 button
The Set Lock Code screen will appear
To set the password, use the 10 button keypad
Press the OK button to finish your lock code is now set
Unplug,replug the tv about hour,the tv should reset itself back to factory setting.The tv should work now,not than the power supply board is dead.That the board,where the power a/c power cord plug into it.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
I am deeply sorry but you will need to replace the backlight bulbs. These are not available.
Look on Ebay for a 32" JVC with a broken LCD Screen. Buy it and use these bulbs to fix your TV. I am sure there will be a few good ones in the broken TV. It's that or list it on Ebay for $50 and expect to get about 200-300.
LCD Panel repair for this problem is $500 for parts so you are stick with repair yourself or sell.
1. Hold [menu] and [vol-] button on the side of the TV 2. while holding these, press the [power] button on the side of TV (NOT remote) 3. blue light comes ON and stays ON 4. wait 10 seconds then let go of [menu] and [vol-] 5. wait another 30 seconds and some type of picture should appear
I think this is right. I got it from the JVC call centers guys so sorry if I missed or messed up a step.
Hi , I have the same problem with my LT-42X688,so i called the service of my extended warranty provider . the TV technician just left and told me the motherboard is the problem. he said its the third one this week he has seen with the same symptoms. he ordered the motherboard and i've got to wait 5 to 7 work days before the part will be in . I will keep you posted when the guy will return.