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Tv shutting off timer light blinking

Have a jvc 27" tv, 8 yrs old. Started shurring off yesterday, but could turn back on. Shut off last night, but could not turn back on. Red light blinks on front panel, and sounds like timer ticking. any ideas Please help me, I have a JVC TV model AV-27530 with a RM-C203 that has turned on the light "ON TIMER" on the front panel. What time is scheduled, I don't know but I can't turn on my tv. How can I cancel this function with the TV off?

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  • p2cat Mar 12, 2009

    tv won't turn on - timer light blinking

  • benny1520 Mar 29, 2009

    I am experiencing the same problems

  • benny1520 Mar 29, 2009

    my tv won't turn back on. The light in the front is blinking red and says timer. When I unplug TV and then plug back in the TV starts to come back on then shute down again.

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The problem you describe is not really related to a timer function being set. The unit is in shutdown and the light is blinkng to let you know there is a problem.
There are several possible causes. the most common is a failure in the vertical deflection circuit due to a bad vertical IC and possibly a capacitor, zener diode and resistor.

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