Question about Televison & Video
Although chances for the recovery are good but you might need to shell out some money for it ...
the point id that most probably if you did not have any protection for the TV the worst which can happen is that some microprocessor could have got blown up.
i dont know in detail as i am not really an expert in these.
As this has happened once with my TV i thought i might just come and tell you this
If you have a service center of JVC nearby try getting in touch with them
they would be the best option maybe a bit costly but the best choice
If you are willing enough to open up the TV cabinet open it up and try to see if something is burnt or something....
i hope you would get a better solution from some one else
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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