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J.v.c. big screen tv 56-58 inch

Has blinking on light fast blink blink,along with this is a red light that also blinks very fastthe red light says (lamp)

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  • Anonymous Sep 27, 2008

    My Big Screen TV(JVC), all of sudden stopped working. One minute it was working and then the next thing you know, it turn blank, with the power ligh flashing BLUE, (that is the main color for the power light). Everytime I try to turn it on, it flashes for a while. I try to unplug it but not working.

  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2009

    fast red blinking light and Tv went black. The fan still runs

  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    I have both of you guys' problems.

    My big screen JVC tv that I got in 04 just decides to turn on when it wants to. It doesn't respond to the remote or buttons on the tv. I have to wait until the red light(stand by/green=power light) is at its brightest before the tv decides to turn on.



    My other problem is that im getting a double line picture at the top of my screen. This happened seemingly out of no where one day late in 08. It has been like that since.



    But before any of this happened, in 05-07 the volume would blast to max volume for about 3 secs and then go back to the volume it was set on.

    I think I just need a whole new tv.

  • jayone310 Nov 27, 2009

    i have a green double line on the screen

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My jvc big scrreen worked just fine last night and this am i turned it on and the color is greena and red with double vision can you help

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