Question about JVC AV-32D305 32" TV
... then off, then on, etc. It makes a sort of electrical "zorch" sound each time.
Http://maps.jvc.com/cAscList/ This is a web link to the JVC customer support website for local JVC service centers. The web site also has the factory service centers if your television is still under warranty. The television is having problems with intermittent component failure and needs to be tested and evaluated by a service center. The service center will have all the service information and parts to repair your television. If you are not under warranty you can ask for a estimate of the repair cost plus shipping and handling to figure out if the television is worth repairing or not. Find the service center nearest to you and give them a call, tell them the model number of your television and explaine the problem you are having with the television. Try to get a estimate of the cost of the repair over the telephone. This estimate may not be accurate as they cannot tell what is wrong with the television unitil the actually open it up and test it. They might be able to give you a ballpark figure. I hope this information helps you understand the problem your television is having and helps you solve that problem. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day!
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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