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Power, no audio no video

One day I tried to turn on my tv but only the power light turns on no audio, no video is it a fuse or something?

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Re: power, no audio no video

It is not a fuse, since if the fuse was bad, the power LED would not light at all. I have seen that symptom many times and I usually find 2 problems which cause this. On some sets, one of the larger caps in the power supply's secondary side degrades just enough that the set will not start. On other sets, I usually find that the small transistor that turns the relay on has shorted out, and the 11 volt zener diode next to it is usually shorted too. The transistor is a very small surface mount transistor, so the set should be serviced by a qualified tech experienced in JVC sets.

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