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Jvc model 32X576

Only blue light when plug in. no turn on. replaced power supply board and found exactly same condition. what should I order next?

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  • dturner73 Nov 07, 2008

    I have the same problem. I started looking at the power supply board but now that I have read the post i need to know what the digital board looks like.

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I have the same problem. I finally convinced JVC's tech support to help me out (they **** by the way) and I got the schematics for all the boards in the unit. From looking at them I believe it is the Digital Signal Board. I will post results soon.

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  • hawg082 Oct 10, 2008

    Replaced digital board and it works fine.



    The only problem I ran into is if you power the unit up with the cover off, it will lock out the HDMI input. This can be unlocked very easily. Follow these steps:



    1. Bring up service menu (push sleep timer; while 0min is displayed press display and video status simultaneously).



    2. Run self test.



    3. While self test is on screen, power tv off.



    4. Unplug unit for 1 minute.



    5. Power on and verify HDMI operation.





    Hope this helps.

  • Craig Kalinowski Jun 06, 2011

    Hey hawg082, do you still have the schematics and/or why did you conclude it was the digital board? I have the exact same model TV, and it went black with the blue power light (normal constant on) is functional. Do I also need a new power supply? Please let me know if you can help out!

  • Chi Chu Jun 09, 2011

    No,if the power it is constant on and a solid LED power indication light. U check the power supply carefully no dying capacitor. 99.9% Tuner digital board it is dead.

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