Question about JVC AV-32F476 32 in. Television
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Sorry, I don't have a schematic diagram for your unit.
I guess the lightning path zeroed-in to your JVC tv. Goodluck anyway!
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
First, you will want to determine where exactly did the lightning go through. It could have came from the power cord, or it could have been your cable/satellite. To do this, unplug your TV and open it up. check the inputs for the power source as well as cables. Follow where the cables go and check the nearby components. See if anything is visually broken, burned, or fried. Chances are decent that there are going to be some blown components that you can visually see.
At this point you need to determine the damage. it could be as simple as a couple blown fuses. if you are able, test the different components and determine what needs to be replaced. if its easier you could see if you can replace the fried board itself. Generally there are multiple circuit boards inside a tv. there will be one for your power supply, an inverter board as well as others.
Its really hard to tell what exactly is broken without actually seeing it TV, and there is a chance that its just time to buy a new TV.
Lastly, if you don't have experience with electronic components or feel uncomfortable opening up and messing with your TV, take it into a good shop and see if they can diagnose/fix the problem. It can get expensive but a lot of the time its cheaper than buying a new TV.
Hope I helped
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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