Question about JVC Televison & Video
Time on gets shorter, time on standby longer until picture is on for seconds before returning to standby. Whwn on self induced standby will not respond to "on" signal from remote.
Fault with the main power supply regulator board. Check and replace damaged component/s at its main power regulator [SMPS] section circuit. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts.
Check for any loose solder terminals at its main power regulator section circuit. Re-solder all the suspected solder terminals; by applying a little more solder to each terminals. The fault is with any loose solder terminal/s at this circuit stage.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had same problem. Tech's said the power was noisy. I cleaned up the power but the TV still did exactly as you describe. Problem will progressively get worse with longer bouts of flickering. I was under warrenty and sent the TV back. After 3 months I am still waiting for a repalcement.
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
Power suplly. In my case I should have done research on a lot of
things before purchase - westinghouse doe snot acknowled any power
supplly uissue but they would say that, and this is a direct quote from
them, "Westinghouse's failure rate is less than 2%, which is great by
industry standards. Unfortunately, when you sell millions of
televisions, 2% is still a lot of televisions. There have been no
recalls on this model (or any of our models), but it's not surprising
to find a similiar issue on more than one of millions of televisions."
In other words they calim there is nothing that is really their fault. However the first thing the repair guy said before he even looked at it was "Power supply". He opened it up and tested - power suplly. However to complicate matters more I made is huge mistake of buying into a scam offered by eCost via Service.net . A two year, 100%, in home service, warranty. Bottom line is since June 8 my Monitors has not worked and sine July 7 it has been sitting untouched, not here, but at a rprair facily over 50 miles away. As of yesterday August 7, I was told Westinghouse no longer makes or provides power supplies for this unit. On top of that the repair facility will not return it to me unless i pick it up why? Because it can't be fixed and because service.net will not pay them to return it to me.
So solution at thi point for anyone with power supply issues is to try and repiar it yourself. And then in the future never purchase anything from westinghouse again. (And if offered any sort of 100% all cost covere din home warrabnty from service.net run away screaming)
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
SOURCE: tv immediately turns off
Four flashes indicates a problem with the backlight on the TV. It can be caused by the backlight inverter board (the power supply for the backlight) or by defective backlights in the panel It is USUALLY the backlight inverter board that is bad, but I have seen both components fail at various times. This set is fairly new and should still be withing the one year warranty, so you should contact Sony at 800-222-SONY to get it repaired. Be sure to rate this solution. Thanks!
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
This sounds as if it could be a ballast problem, or a switching power supply transformer problem. Both of these can produce this sound. I would suggest that you have a qualified TV technician repair this set due to the dangerous voltages and currents that could be present. In my experience with these TV I would have the technician pay special attention to the power supply board and the backlight/inverter section which includes the ballast used to fire the backlight.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
These TV's are somewhat sensitive to internal heat. It appears your sensor has triggered an overheat. This doesnt mean you still have the heat issue, it just saying it needs to be replaced or reset, either way it is not something you can do in your home. Taking it to your local authorized shop will ensure proper repairs, about $90 worth.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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