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JVC HD-52Z575 tv shows only a grey picture screen. I was watching a channel and tried to change channels and new channel won't come up, only grey screen.


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How to use the camera in JVC full Hd?


This camera auto records in FULL HD. Make sure your video quality is set higher up (UXP, XP) not to compromise video detail

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Why will my JVC blackcrystal 3001 series led not get a full screen picture on analog stations


There is a compatibility issue here. The format is not matching properly with the settings. You may have to study the operation manual of both and try changing the settings. If not, this is indeed a problem only the box top.

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Picture adjustment for JVC HD52G886


Here is the manual http://www.retrevo.com/support/JVC-HD-52G886-TVs-manual/id/279ci059/t/2/, also may need to go into picture advance settings to do some calibrations.

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Hey My Jvc tv has 2 HDMI input but when i plug in my ps3 slim into the hdmi input 1 no picture is shown can u please help me


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is ur tv is a full HD one. because the ps3's HDMI out is a full HD 1080p video. did u get the video on HDMI 2. if it is there, then check the connection u made to HDMI 1. if u didn't get video on both then u should down scale the video setting of ur ps3 to 1080i( if ur tv is not a full hd one). also check through component video input.
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61 inch projection tv flashing on and off


The most common problem with JVC LCD rear projection TV is bulb failure. Do not panic, this is normal after 2-5 years of use.

You can change the complete assembly or for less cost just change the bulb. Do not use Osram or other funny brand "rebuilt" or locally made bulb. Use a Philips replacement and all should be good.

Changing the bulb involves removing the lamp assembly and taking it apart like a puzzle and replacing the bulb. JVC are a little more difficult to do than most others because the wires on the original bulb are molded into the glass on the original bulb. Wires must be cut and stripped of insulation before connecting to the new bulb.

All JVC LCD Rear projections TVs use TSCL110 TSCL110U TS-CL110U Lamps.

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Check this out for all JVC models to identify the lamp and bulb. JVC Gallery.

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pop the front strip under frnt of screen off. remove screws around back edge off screen and under the frnt of th screen. Usa a micro fiber cloth to clen screen.

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Go to www.jvc.com and call the customer support number listed there.

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You should have a button or setting on the remote that says "picture size" or "aspect". One of those is set too "zoom" mode which will cut off the bottom and top of the frames. You want it to be in 16:9,Normal or Full mode (or whatever your set call it) to get the correct aspect. Or if you have a HD satellite rcvr. you might of placed it in the zoom mode as well.

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