Question about JVC AV-F29MX3U 29" TV
You have what sounds like a failing vertical output IC also could be some bad capacitors. If you are able to solder it would cost a few dollars to try this and see if it fixes it. If not you would need to replace the whole board itself and that could cost you a little bit more money. If you need a tech it is time to get rid of it you are looking at at least 200 dollars for repair.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
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