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No.Not a good idea etheir to buy a universal remote control's.Most of the times like 80 to 90% of the times universal remotes dose not have all the functions like the original remote.Try website like Remotes.com to buy an original remote or very close to the original remote.
Just bought one of these! The code is: RM-C579-2
They cost about £40 and you can buy them from JVC, they take about 2-4 weeks to get them in stock. Alternatively, I bought mine for about £35 from another supplier that is based in Birmingham and got me a genuine JVC one within a week. Their website is: avukltd.com
They have just copied the software to make a compatible remote control as JVC have stopped making these, so you may be able to get that cheaper still :-)
I contacted JVC professional to find out the model number for my JVC GM-V42E. Once you have the model number, contact JVC and order a new one or google the product number and try using websites that are dedicated to providing remote controls, I was able to get one from avukltd.com a little cheaper and more quickly than JVC said they would have the product in stock.
I also found the remote control product number on the bottom of the plasma screen.
The replacement part number is RM-C579-2. You can order it from JVC, or try googling it and buying from a website that specialises in remote controls. It is about £40 for a replacement remote, I got mine a little cheaper from avukltd, and they delivered sooner than JVC said they would take (2-4 weeks!)
That indicates an abnormal temperature rise in the power supply. These plasma TVs are board replacement repair only. The power supply board seems most likely would have to be replaced. I hope you have warranty coverage. It could get quite expensive to fix.
the problem is with the micro processor on the back of the fx-1169a board (gm-p420ug) this is the board the inputs connect to . yours may be a diffrent p/n due to yours bein a "e" extention model. to repair this problem you need to remove the processor from the socket, remove the socket from the board and solder the processor onto the board. the processor is ic002 on the back side the problem is thermal in nature due to cold solder joints on the socket. i have fixed this problem many times by using this method.