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My JVC AV 32320 will turn on, but w/o picture or menu functions

The TV will turn on, but there is no control via the panel on the TV or the remote. The picture begins black, goes to blue and then the TV shuts off. While on, the "on timer" button is illuminated. I believe the TV still works as last time it turned on properly, it did.

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  • toddmhart1 Nov 24, 2008

    I have tried the unplugging method way in advance of coming on this site. Additionally, the "On Timer" button is not blinking showing it would need service as indicated in the manual-page 40, I believe

  • toddmhart1 Nov 24, 2008

    I have tried the unplugging method way in advance of coming on this site. Additionally, the "On Timer" button is not blinking showing it would need service as indicated in the manual-page 40, I believe

  • toddmhart1 Nov 24, 2008

    this TV isn't hooked up to a DVD player. The only connected unit is a DirecTV TIVO unit.

  • toddmhart1 Nov 24, 2008

    unfortunately, I also tried the disconnect everything method, too, without positive results. I should mention the TV powers up the moment the main power cord is connected to power supply without the use of a "power button" on the set or remote.

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The control switch problem that is making this happen.the control switch is faulty.it is just tripped inwards and needs proper reallignment and readjustment.just needs a technician at your place to readjust the control switch on the frontpannel located on the main board.

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This problem can be caused by a leaky diode internally. I have seen this in a number of sets and found that a diode and other related components become defective. There are a few circuits that can cause this. WIthout seeing the set and taking some measurements, I can not tell what circuit is the problem. Unfortunately, I am not a JVC service center, so I don't have the service manuals in hand and this is not the easiest to track down (especially remotely). These sets are good ones and would be worth the service cost for repair. Normally this problem would require parts in the $25 range. Add in the local labor rate for the total repair cost.

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Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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It seem there is power supply problem, consult with qualified technician for assistance.

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If you can open up the tv , then disconnect the control board from the main board and also disconnect it from the tv ( screws) then clean the plastic buttons and inspect them for pushing on the contact buttons , then plug the control board back in and see if it stays on , before you screw the control board back into the front of the tv , does that do it?

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Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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I think your tv need services technician bcuse it must be hardware related isue.
it is beter give u advice than say sorry.

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Does this happens when you are playing the DVD too?

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Try resetting the TV by unplugging the cord, then plugging the cord back in, this might clear up any issues with the control malfunctioning.

According to the instructions for your set (http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/97/LCT1135-001B-A.pdf) if the "on-timer" display is blinking, the system needs work, and will need to be returned.

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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    AJ Walker Nov 24, 2008

    Try disconecting EVERYTHING from the set, except for the power supply :)

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