Question about JVC HD-52G786 52" Rear Projection HDTV
I tried the Optical Out and plugged into my reciever Optical Input. No audio/sound?
I notice that on all my other A/V devices (DVD, PS3) that the Optical output is illuminated and therefore when you plug the cable in you see the light coming out of the other end. There is no such light coming from the TV's output.
Leads me to beleive that this has never worked. I can bypass it by plugging each individual player into the reciever but i'de rather just run the output from the TV to the reciever for all.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HDMI input
The green screen is caused by light hitting the back of the tv. Either move the tv to a location where direct sunlight will not hit it or put up strong curtains. As for fixing the problem, do a search for JVC green screen reset on AVS Forum, its easy to do just dont have the info with me now. Keep in mind if direct sunlight hits the back of the tv it will do it again. I have put up some good curtians and ensure not to open them when watching the tv. Hope this helps. I am Hayward, have a nice day.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
The clicking is the power on relay closing and opening. This happens because the TV has several built in safety systems that will detect and over voltage and over current load situation.The power supply starts up for an instant, senses and overload of either or both kinds and then the safety switches trigger a cutoff. When this happens the power supply will not start up again because another circuit called a latch keeps it disabled. By unplugging the AC cord and trying to start it again releases the latch until the failure triggers it again.
On these TVs the power supply is rarely the cause of the shutdown. Something further down inside the TV has failed. Replacing just the power supply will not fix the problem. The most common reason there would be an overload would be in the high voltage circuit that lights up the 3 CRTs, next would be the coils around the CRTs that bend the beams to make the picture. This is normal circuit aging and wearing out. Unless you are very skilled with trouble shooting TVs I would recommend having a service center look at it. An authorized JVC shop would be your best choice because they will have access to the manuals and bulletins and have probably had other similar JVC units thru their shops.
Posted on May 17, 2008
SOURCE: My tv screen is green
there is a code to reset the HDMI video, i think it is--hit Display on the remote, then sleep timer and video statice at the same time, then the number 2, then turn the tv off, after it shuts down all the way, turn it back on, should take care of it
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Here is the manual:
When using the HDMI connections you may have to tell the DVD to output to that port. Also you may have to connect additional sound cables from the DVD output to the TV.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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