Question about JVC Televison & Video
There are two possible causes of this:
First: Usually this problem is caused by spikes or issues with the power (electrical grid). I have seen this on other brands. Usually the power supply is broken and needs repairs.
Second: An integrated circuit overheated and it's now damaged OR the heat caused a loose connection (perhaps a dry joint).
Unplugging the TV and waiting about 20 minutes may help (if you are really lucky) but I don't think it will do anything.
II recommend you to check the user manual to verify if the TV still under warranty so you can get assistance from the manufacturer about repairs.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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