Question about JVC Televison & Video
Jvc have a little problem with there HDMI ports of by some how you run the set with the back off or get to much light in the back the HDMI locks up. So you have to reset the set, this isn't to hard, from the original remote have the two switches (if any) have these on TV and VCR or both to the left, next hit the Sleep Timer now before this disappears from the screen hit both Video Status and Display at the same time, this brings up a service menu, hit button 2 this is the self check, now turn off the set then unplug it for 30 second and the HDMI should work
Posted on May 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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