Question about JVC GM-V42 42 in. Plasma Television
This signals a hardware fault - more precisely it signals the fact that the power source is in protected mode because there's a short on one of its outputs.
To find out which actual part is the one that failed you must open the tv and test the power source with a voltmeter - the output which has a voltage much lower than the rated one (or even 0) is the one that powers the faulty part, follow it and test all the components.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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