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Hd 52g886 I HAVE A JVC DH 52G886, BUT WHEN I TURN IT ON NOTHING COMES ON, JUST THE BLUE LIGHT OF THE ON AND OFF BUTTON AND THE LAMP LIGHT FLASHING IN RED.I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW EHAT'S WRONG WITH IT

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  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2007

    my lamp burns out every 4 months is this normal . I have surge protection and I keep the vent clean.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    my JVC HD-52G886 has a dim picture. ive replaced the lamp.how do I fix this problem

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Your Lamp is burned out.

Posted on Sep 07, 2007

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Jvc hd-52g886 wont turn on


Hi!
That's a clear indication that you have a bad power supply in your TV.
If you know how to DiY...I suggest you open your TV. Locate the power supply section, it is where the end of the power plug is connected. Replace all blown or bulge or leaked capacitors with same value. That will fix your TV problem.
The hardest part is to disassembling your TV cover, cause you will need to pry off the snap in lock at the edge of your TV.

Power supply board should look like this. Examine the capacitors in the board
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After replacing blown capacitors...it should work again.
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Things you will need.
1. A plastic flat end screw or any object with flat ends....to fry off the cover
2. Soldering iron.
3. Soldering lead
4. Soldering pump.
5. Flat and Philip Screw
6. Replacement capacitors (of same value with the blown one) that you can buy to any electronics store.

Hope it helps

Feb 23, 2012 | JVC HD-52G886 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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TV won't turn on - the front blue power light and red lamp light blink. Does this mean the lamp needs to be replaced?


Yes.The tv projection lamp inside the tv right now it is been inside the tv like a 1 1/2 or 2 years already.The tv been on daily and in used like 4 or 5 hrs tv watching daily?Yes,than the tv projection lamp life are ending and the causes.

May 08, 2011 | JVC HD-52G886 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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My 52' HD television will not turn on, it is a JVC HD-52G887. The blue light comes on but there is no blinking red light. Please help


unplug the tv, then reinstall the bulb,if that doesnt work youll need a tech to help. (dont buy another jvc tv)

May 19, 2009 | JVC HD-52G886 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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TV not turning on


This is the lamp error code. The lamp part# for your unit is
TS-CL110U. Hope this Helps.

Mar 21, 2008 | JVC HD-52G886 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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JVC AV56WP74


Replace the lamp, also the shut down time is correct the unit must allow plenty of time proper lamp cooling. otherwise the lamp life will be greatly shortend. normal lamp life is 3000 hrs.
lamp replacement may require an internal limp timer reset have a qualified tech replace the lamp.

Oct 06, 2007 | JVC HD-52G886 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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