So is not from the caption. After all teh programs were adedd on channels, i'm watching (let's say on channel 2) the TV. Everything is fine for like 10 seconds, after that the image disapear slowly than is just the white image with that annoing sound. Then i'm going on channel 3 and the same story : for 5-10 sec everything is fine then image get scrambled and disapear. And if i keep going like that , i will have the same sad story on every channel.
But let's see the good part : at list to 5 to 10 seconds i have a good TV.
If u guys know any trick PLEASE feel free to tell me at any time.
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Re: again JVC AV27020
Hey thanks for the feed back . The only other suggestion i have would be the tuning section is not locking in. The tuner could be your problem or there are coils such as AGC or IF could be drifting not allowing the channels to lock in . This would not be a simple fix as you would have to locate what is failling with a schematic to track it down . I would guess the coils first or something as a resistor feeding them has changed value . The tuner would be my last guess . You might want to call around to find a shop that knows this set , as some places might just start trying parts and end up being to costly to get repaired . Good luck and let me know what you find out .
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Closed Caption function is set to On in your JVC. look if there any button marked as "CC" on its remote control. If it is there, hit it till the closed caption function go off from your tv screen. If there is no such button found, get into its menu option, surf through, and get in to the closed caption option, set the close caption function OFF in that window. OK.
Features preferences Caption service This allows you to select the Closed Captions service levels of analog broadcasting to be displayed. Closed Captioning allows you to read the voice content of television programs on the TV screen. Designed to help the hearing impaired, this feature uses on-screen ‘text boxes’ to show dialogue and conversations while the TV program is in progress. Captions will appear on the screen during captioned broadcasts. & Select Captions service. é Press the cursor right. “ Select the desired Caption service: • CC 1, 2, 3 or 4 Dialogue (and descriptions) for the action on the captioned TV program shows on screen. Usually CC 1 is the most used. CC 2 may be used for alternate languages if they are being transmitted. • T 1, 2, 3 or 4 Often used for channel guide, schedules, bulletin board information for Closed Captions programs, news, weather informations or stock market reports. Not all Caption services are necessarily being used by a TV channel during the transmission of a Closed Caption program.
Features menu & Select Features in the TV Settings menu. é Press the cursor right to enter the Features menu. “ Select the menu items with the cursor up/down and adjust the settings with the cursor left/right. Closed captions This displays the transmitted CC- or CS-text on the screen according to your chosen CC or CS service in the Setup, Features preferences menu, This text can either be permanently displayed (assuming that the service is available in the broadcast) or only when mute is active. & Press the cursor right after having selected Closed captions. é Select On, Off or On during mute.
RCA have choices for different methods of CC in user CC menu. Labelled T1, T2, etc. . Different selections are for different types of close caption. Tune to a signal (on your other TV) that has closed caption working.
Tune your RCA to the same signal. Change the T1,T2, etc settings until the closed caption for your signal appears.
If this doesn't work, try connecting analog video or VHF channel 3 (or other specified channel) to the TV. check CC. When TV stations, sat channels, sat receivers, cable boxes etc, convert analog video signals to HD, problems can result. Some equipment causes RCA TVs to do unexpected things with sound and closed caption.
If you use RF or video output, old analog video may look better on CH3 or video than on HD input and the CC will work more consistently. Watch HD signals on HD input, Analog signals on Video in or through the TV tuner . Many HD channels and programs are converted analog video and look poor on TV HD inputs.
I guess you are using the cable TV feed looped through the VCR to the TV set.
Make sure you did not confuse the in and out loop of the VCR.
In the VCR menu, or on the remote there is usually a button called TV/VCR (Video). Make sure it is in the TV mode to watch the cable. In the VCR (Video) mode, the TV must be on the VCR's designated channel to watch the VCR, and the VCR tuner is used to watch the cable channels.
Does the screen go black with the volume still working ? If so check to make sure your closed caption is turned off . If the sound turns off as well like the tv is turning off , then it might be going into shutdown. Some of these sets have had bad caps in the startup circuit . Let me know , Good luck
Nothing can fully substitute for the original remote. However, I'm not too clear on why you're not able to do an auto-programming.
If you would like to replace the original remote and don't want to spend $50 or more dollars, consider this alternative: http://www.miracleremote.com/
We have just about all of these in the shop and they really do access ALL the functions of the original.
ok,i'm sure your tuner is defective,what you will do is try to resolder the tuner if not effective replace it with a new one.blue screen in your tv means that your blue back setting is on,and couldn't pick up a signal
We had the exact same problem just yesterday when we bought our Sony 46" Bravia LCD. Nobody, neither Comcast Cable or Sony seemed to really know how to get rid of the closed caption at first and we did have a Motorola box - the box is the problem, not the tv. Here is step-by-step instructions that worked for us.
1. While TV is on, power DCT (Digital Cable Terminal) off
2. Press and hold "menu" button on digital terminal (the screen below will appear)
3. Using Up/Down cursors, highlight "Close Caption"
4. Using Left/Right cursors, put - Close Caption: Disabled
5. Press "ok-select"
6. When done, press "power" to exit menu
7. Press "power" again to turn DCT on
If you go through these steps slowly, you should have a caption-free screen!