Question about JVC HD-52G786 52" Rear Projection HDTV
Is it the bulb or is it due to my TV being plugged in to the DVR and not the wall socket?
It may be that you have your tv plugged into the dvr. You would need to have your televison plugged into a reliable surge protector to protect it from surges. Your rear projection can be the most sensetive home theater component that you may have. Be careful of pulling the power from the television,, this can shortnen you bulb life. Allow the television to shut down until you hear the fan turn off. After doing this go into the menu and make sure you dont have the sleep timer set on your tv, if it is just put it back to zero.
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