Question about JVC Televison & Video
Well that sounds like a fault with the power supply board. The clicking noises indicate that the set is going into protect mode. Since you wanna do this yourself I will tell you the two routes you can take to fix this.
1) The easiest way will be to replace the entire power supply board. Should cost you around 150-200$
2)Component level repair. Just find the source of the fault(usually shorted components) and replace it. This will be cheaper bit tougher. Requires good soldering skills and knowledge of using a multimeter. You also need to be familiar with terminologies like ground, Vcc(A pin on the ICs that we use to measure the voltage with respect to ground.). Let me know what's your choice so that we can proceed accordingly.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
All what you see and hear is typical of what you would expect from a fried power source, Since the bolt hit very close the power spike was very high and the source has been extensively damaged . You must refurbish it and this implies replacing a lot of parts, knowledge of electronics and at least the basic tools: AVOmeter and a fine soldering iron and the other soldering stuff
If you don't have any of them you will have to replace the entire board. Here you can find it
It's the SSR0L010A-M2 board and will cost $54.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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