Question about JVC AV-32D305 32" TV
Most functions on my control stopped working
If you have good batteries, remove the back an under the rubber numbers if you feel a wet substance, wipe it off an reassemble. It should work, the silicone rubber has a tendency to excrete this stuff. It fixed mine
Posted on Mar 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: the input button
On some sets you can use the menu button to enter the menu and navigate to the page which shows what input is currently selected and change it there. If your set does not have that option, then you will need the remote to do it. I have found that on some universal remotes, the TV/VCR button switches the inputs on the TV when the remote is in the TV mode. If that button does not work on your remote for your set, and you have tried all possible codes for JVC TVs, then the only way to switch inputs is to invest a few dollars more and get an original remote from JVC or have the set repaired so that the input button on the TV functions again.
Posted on Jul 12, 2007
SOURCE: need factory service mode
i think you need to reset the eeprom,to open the service menu simultaneously press the DISPLAY key and VIDEO STATUS or P-MODE key of the remote control unit.
Posted on May 13, 2008
The fault may be the control panel, or it may be in the uPC itself.
Most of the time, it is some of the switches on the control panel.
The most common cause of this type of failure is that many times when people clean the TV set, they spray cleaner directly on the screen or the set. The liquid runs down in to the set and causes damage. Sometimes the damage can be very expensive!
If the fault is just the control panel board, this can be easily replaced. You can order one from the manufacture's parts department or from one of their parts distributors.
You will need the service manual, a scope, and a DVM to troubleshoot the problem if it is more involved than just changing the panel. The only way to know is to try the panel unless you have a way to test it.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
SOURCE: JVC AV-31BMS clock stopped
Based on your description, two (2) possibilities:
1. The JVC has a feature called TV Guide+. If yes it has one and it is engaged/enabled, then the TV will download TV program information and the current time, hence the clock cannot be adjusted manually. Pls try to disable this feature;
2. The logic circuitry controlling your OSD (on screen display/menu) would need looking over. Often this would just require basic cleaning of the circuit board and the components with special focus on the processor IC. After dust removal, a spray of electronic contact cleaner would help. There are occasions that a limiting resistor or a filter capacitor in the +5VDC rail would require check/replacement.
In some instances, it could be simple a case of weak batteries on the remote.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
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Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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