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It sounds like a fault with the power supply bus feeding the video processing circuit.
It probably wont cost to much to get fixed, however make sure you get a quote on labour and parts.It may be and end of line model and parts could be quite expensive to get hold of.
Also if possible find a regisered repair man in your area, usually you can do this by ringing up JVC themselves as they often keep details on file.
Just make sure you asses wether it would be cheaper to just buy another tv, or to go ahead with the repair.
Let me know if this helped.

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