Question about JVC HD-56G786 56" Rear Projection HDTV
It would be interesting to know what the $600 got you.
Many of these kinds of failures are attributable to power supply problems and depending on the design of the supply and knowledge of the repair tech, it may be a repetitive problem.
The only way to fix this permanently is via the detailed inspection of the circuit, replacement of the failed parts and often, the addition of certain components to provide some protection of the parts that will likely fail again. Replacing of the supply completely will probably only give you momentary relief until these parts (almost surely chemical (electrolytic) capacitors) before they again fail to perform their designated function.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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