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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dead jvc tv,av-27320
There is most likely the main power supply has several shorted parts in it, depending on how old it is, it might be worth at least an estimate. if you have homeowners insurance, you may want to concider reporting this to them. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 06, 2007
It's been my experience that symptoms that point to the power supply, generally are not the case. Schematics now days are tough to find unless you are an authorized servicer for that brand. There are a couple of generic dealers out there but they don't carry everything. Before you replace the power supply I would suggest you go though other boards first looking for bad solder connections and/or transistors and IC's that may be defective. A good DVM with an ohm's scale should suffice. If you still can't find anything, I would suggest taking it to a reputable repair person.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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