I think this is similar to others I've seen posted. When trying to turn the set on either remotely or from the front panel push button, set tries to turn on, red LED lights quickly and then shuts off. Sometimes it tries to turn itself on again.
Is this also a power supply problem? What is the theory behind this supply/components that might aid me in troubleshooting?
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Re: JVC AV-36950 TV won't turn on
In this case wat u can do is try to Turn On the set without the memroy card inserted....
If still same Problem u can try replacing the batteries.......
If the set turns on without the Memory card replace the memory card....
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Go to the following blog site for detailed instructions on how to fix the TV yourself for around 2 dollars! I fixed mine myself this weekend and I know nothing about TV's. Thanks to this site, I saved hundreds of dollars.
I just looked again on another site--this is the set that has the cap that goes bad--do you know what a filter cap looks like? it will be black and round with 1000 mfd 25vdc marked on it--near a big diode and next to a square black relay--when the site is back on Tuesday I will give you a location number for it(printed on top of the circuit board) it should be flat on top if you open the set and see it with the top not flat-buldged up--that is the bad part--fixed dozens of these with this problem--if you find it bad go to a higher rated voltage cap---50 volt at least--you have my email--part has only 2 leads and with the back off and located is a 5 minute job to fix.....give me a email if you have any questions or need help.(I can email you a photo of what a cap like this looks like)
This TV has a common problem. I've found dozens of owners with the same complaint. See the following blog for a simple fix for your set. I tried it and it worked and I spent under 2 bucks to fix it myself at home!