Question about JVC AV-32D305 32" TV
I've been fixing consumer electronics for years. If you know what you are doing it's usually extremely cheap to fix.. ie: bad solder joint, blown horizontal oscillator transistor, bad capacitor etc... Parts are cheap.. it's the labor that kills folks which is why I do all my own work.. but then again I have a Electrical Engineering degree. You need to decide how much you would be willing to spend on this TV. Most folks throw them away (unfortunetly) because a typical shop will charge $200 plus to fix these types of issues. So either you learn how to fix this yourself.. lots of help on the internet or pay someone else or donate / recycle it. Or find someone like me that fixes stuff for their friends and family for the price of the parts.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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