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Hi Laurie Crowe, Ha ha ha... certainly you wo'nt need an exorcist to cure your TV. Please contact a good local TV Tech to handle it. Most probably it is a power supply problem and should be fixed without much difficulty. Good Luck. Regards
Straight up- I do not understand myself nor know how to fix your headphones retractable cord. I however instead of skipping your question chose to give you some informational insight or clues on how to gather your answer.
I have seen that no one has posted to help you as of yet so I figured giving some information on how to find your answer is best rather than to ignore your question. Here are some things that you could type into search engines which will directly take you to either or both reading and video tutorials, which will tell you how to take the headphones apart to fix their cord and or will actually show you the steps to take to fix them.
I am assuming that your question wasn't answered either because no one knew how to fix them or that because they don't know how to fix them they assumed not to make any suggestions since maybe they would had felt bad if they were to tell you to do something in which could ruin the headphones. Here is the following suggestions to go by to fix your head phones: I hope this helps:)
A. Search Engine; GOOGLE.. Search "
JVC Ha-nc100 headphones needs fixing to retractable cord".
B. BING SEARCH ENGINE: " WATCH MOVIE ON HOW TO REPAIR JVC HA-NC100 HEADPHONES RETRACTABLE CORD."
C. YOUTUBE; CLICK ON VIDEO AFTER LOGGING IN, TYPE IN SEARCH BOX;
" FIX JVC HA-NC100 HEADPHONES RETRACTABLE CORD"
OR TYPE ;
HOW TO FIX JVC HA-NC100 HEADPHONE RETRACTABLE CORD"
D. YAHOO ; IN SEARCH BOX TYPE:
" MY JVC HA-NC100 HEADPHONES RETRACTABLE CORD NEEDS REPAIR"
FOR YAHOO ANSWERS FROM PEOPLE ON YAHOO YOU MAY TYPE;
" HOW DO I FIX JVC HA-NC100 HEADPHONES RETRACTABLE CORD?"
YOU MAY ALSO TRY ;
" WATCH MOVIE ON HOW TO FIX JVC HEADPHONES".
I HAVE SEPERATED BY COLUMNS AND OR USING 'ENTER' FOR WHAT YOU TYPE IN EACH SEARCH ENGINE BOX IN ORDER TO GET LEAD INTO THE RIGHT DIRECTION ON HOW TO FIX YOUR HEADPHONES.
HOWEVER IF NONE OF THIS WORKS FOR YOU OR IF YOU PREFER FOR MY ASSISTANCE TO GET YOU THE LINKS MYSELF SO THAT ALL YOU WOULD HAVE TO DO IS TO CLICK ON THE BLUE LINKS WHICH WILL DIRECTLY TAKE YOU TO THE SITES THEN PLEASE LET ME KNOW AND I WILL FURTHER HELP YOU.
I THINK THAT THERE IS AN WAY TO COMMUNICATE WITH ME AND OR TO REPLY BACK TO ME. I HOPE THESE SUGGESTIONS HELP. JUST DIDN'T WANT TO LEAVE YOU ALL ON YOUR OWN TRYING TO FIX YOUR ISSUE WITH YOUR HEADPHONES:) HAVE A GOOD DAY/NIGHT.
SIGNATURE 7.:) AKA I AM UNDER THE NAME OF MARIE HAYES.
Without looking further you may need the Factory remote not all functions may be accessable using a "Universal" Ha,Ha,Ha remote.These Universal remotes have been problems in my line of work for years,Best idea is when you get a new tv pick up a cheap basic functions remote & use it for everday normal Vol./Channel/Power et. & keep the orig.for things the universal won't do
I've had problems of overheating previously where my car's thermostat would hit 140. I think I've fixed the issue, I've replaced the thermostat but it was still doing that and 2 hoses blew and needed to be replaced. I've had to consistently fill my radiator with 50/50 antifreeze on a daily basis to ensure it won't overheat, so far that seems to be keeping the peace.
But now as of 5 days ago, I'm experiencing these new issues of stalling. Upon taking my civic into my mechanic, his meter showed that there was a misfire in the 2nd cylinder a month prior and now all 4 are misfiring. He thought it was the head gasket at first. I had just recently replaced the spark plugs with NGK Platinums, new spark plug wires and a new distributor cap.
I've received many possible culprits to my problem consisting of possibly the Throttle Position Sensor, Fuel Filter/Injection, Distributor or a radiator cap. I'm financially strapped at the moment and only could afford the radiator cap which didn't solve anything, however my radiator is running on 80% water at the moment. I'm really at a loss and I feel like I've done what I could and I'm at my wits end. Please help my poor little Civic cheat death for a little longer.
Did you have the head checked, they have been known to break inside the runners . I always used a vacuum fill system when working on these, jack up the pass front corner when doing a coolant refill, that should eliminate an air lock
You may be on the wrong track here.......fly backs are a common failure,but not because of power surge. Most commonly the problem would be on the primary side of the power supply ,such as the rectifiers and sw mode regulator. If you want to prove it,just un solder the horiz out transistor(q401) and the pin of the flybackit connects to...... and if it still blows fuse ,you need to work on the power supply.......not the horiz/hv area
No, I'm sorry, but the technology to fix the actual lcd SCREEN is not out there yet. The reason you don't see it when it is off is because it is actually the inside of the screen that break, unlike plasma tv's, when they break there will be actual glass fragments. If the broken area is to big to deal with, then the options are; buying and installing a new screen (alway about the same price off the tv new, or more), you could sell the insides of the tv on Ebay for example, they are very much needed parts (powerboard etc)....Those are about the only options, unfortunatly...If selling the powerboard, you shopuld be able to get around$100 for it...
Once again, I'm sorry I didn't have good news, but please rate if it was usefull, thank you!