Top 20 JVC AV-32120 32" TV Questions & Answers


HelloThis is a short circuit indication. There will be some kind of circuit short on the main board of this tV. Just check it. The most common fault I detected so far is with horizontal output section. Check that section for any faulty or leaky components. The work is a very skilled one, and you must have through knoledge in electronics, and all testing equipements and you must have the awareness to use these testin equipments. Eventhough the fault is a simple one, detecting the actual fault point is a very skilled job indeed. Check these I've stated above. If you want anymore assistance from me, feel free to get me by FixYa. OK.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 68 views • 0 helpful votes


Hi. First, open your browser.
I'm guessing by your statement that somehow facebook has turned into your home page, so here is how to fix that.
These instructions are for Firefox, Internet explorer instructions are further down.

Ok, now, leave the first page open for now, and open a new tab.
Immediately click the stop button, so that no page opens.

Next in the address bar type: www.google.com and press enter.
This should give you the google website.
Next, Left click on the little g logo that is at the beginning of the address bar, and hold down the mouse button, and drag it to on top of the browsers home button.
It should pop up a box that either asks, or states, that google is being added as your home page.

This is the way to do it for foxfire.

Now, here is how to change your homepage in internet explorer.

You can do this with or without a browser being open.

With is easier, just from instruction standpoint, but after a couple of steps, it is the same for IE

Open IE browser
click the tools tab
click internet options
OK, this will pop up the internet properties box
Change the address of the homepage from facebook.com to google.com
Delete the facebook entry on the homepage list
click apply
This should take care of the problem, but before you close the internet property box click delete history, and have the system delete your browsing history.
It may make a few webpages load a little slower, but it could be a cookie is what is making facebook always be on top.
Delete your browsing history in firefox as well.

Then reboot, and try opening a browser.
It should work normal for you again.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 214 views • 0 helpful votes


The set is in stand-by mode,this problem is due to internal power supply failure,if you are technical person check power supply voltages to find out the reason of stand-by or call some technical person to rectify the same.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 88 views • 0 helpful votes


you can get a tv close to this a any pawn shop for 60$ (even less/just saw one 40 in wide screen non hd for 45$)

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 139 views • 0 helpful votes


U can't not tune tv and DVD player together.Each have own signal frequencies.Try website like Remotes.com to buy an original or very close to the original remote.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 84 views • 0 helpful votes


if going to straight cable 1)make sure not in an all digital market. you may need some type of box. 2) if can hook straight make sure if it it has an option of HRC or IRC and make sure it is HRC or (std) in some cases.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 142 views • 0 helpful votes


is this when you do it imediately. some tv's have a timer that you cannot turn it back on right after turning off.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 88 views • 0 helpful votes


Check your Closed Captioning settings in the menu. I would bet money you have the "Text" feature enabled. Change it to OFF and you should be all set. I hope this was of some assistance.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 189 views • 2 helpful votes


Hello,

the answer is no. It cannot receive digital signal without a converter. Converter alone is what makes it to receive digital signal.

I hope you are clear with this now.

Take care.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 38 views • 1 helpful votes


Tv shut off, won't come back on, red timer light flashing

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 404 views • 1 helpful votes


You have to check the speaker first. Then the audio circuits.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 41 views • 0 helpful votes


Hi,
The problem is in power supply, If you want to repair it by your self then please let me know that do you have proper tools for it to repair,if yes then please re post the thread again. And if you are not familiar to this job then please call any expert nearby, because its a bit technical procedure to find the part of problem.
Thanks for using fixya.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 81 views • 0 helpful votes


the problem can be the flyback transformer or surrounding component. check if you how to do that . If you don't know don't do that because it is very dangerous.

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 218 views • 0 helpful votes


This is an easy repair if you've ever soldered and would not be too costly for a repair shop to do it for you. The problem is a bad Vertical Output IC (usually mounted on an aluminum heat sink with the part on it labeled LA78?? ) and 1 or 2 bad capacitors. Some times you can even fix the problem by re-soldering the contacts of the IC- To find the IC follow the 4 wires that come from the Yoke (which is a contained coil of wires slipped over the neck of the picture tube(s)) back to the board. 2 of the wires go to the horizontal o/p and 2 to the Vertical o/p the thinner gauge wires are for the vertical. Be sure to vote/rate me if this helped Thanks!

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 70 views • 0 helpful votes


Hi the problem you are having will be with the starter located on the circuit board2.gif where the power lead attatches to the telly thiss will have a thick black wire coming from this to the screen.

To replace this you will need special equipment and i wouldnt advise doing it yourself as the telly is still live up to 2 days after it is unplugged from the mains.
As for the cost of the repair you will find it cheaper to buy a new telly as when the things go wrong like yours you tend to solve one problem after another so it would be best to replace the whole telly its just not worth repairing yourself.
If you wanted it repairing then goto a small repair shop as they are glad of the work and tend to charge alot less than bigger shops.

Please dont attempt this yourself unless you have been trained to read schematices.

Its not worth electricuting yourself by removing the case as their is no easy fix to this problem this is a common problem with all tellys of your type this happens to them all after a certain time so its not just your telly ive had it happen 3 times.

The first time i done the repair as i have been trained to do this type of work but i found i just kept getting problem after problem so the next 2 tellys that went wrong i just scrapped it really is not worth doing.

Sorry i couldnt give you good news hopefully you wont give me a bad rating but if their was a way to solve your problem i would advise you on it but their is no easy fix. sorry

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 59 views • 0 helpful votes


Hi the problem you are having will be with the starter located on the circuit board where the power lead attatches to the telly thiss will have a thick black wire coming from this to the screen.

To replace this you will need special equipment and i wouldnt advise doing it yourself as the telly is still live up to 2 days after it is unplugged from the mains.
As for the cost of the repair you will find it cheaper to buy a new telly as when the things go wrong like yours you tend to solve one problem after another so it would be best to replace the whole telly its just not worth repairing yourself.
If you wanted it repairing then goto a small repair shop as they are glad of the work and tend to charge alot less than bigger shops.

Please dont attempt this yourself unless you have been trained to read schematices.

Its not worth electricuting yourself by removing the case as their is no easy fix to this problem this is a common problem with all tellys of your type this happens to them all after a certain time so its not just your telly ive had it happen 3 times.

The first time i done the repair as i have been trained to do this type of work but i found i just kept getting problem after problem so the next 2 tellys that went wrong i just scrapped it really is not worth doing.

Sorry i couldnt give you good news hopefully you wont give me a bad rating but if their was a way to solve your problem i would advise you on it but their is no easy fix. sorry

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 111 views • 0 helpful votes


Turn close caption off in menu

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 41 views • 0 helpful votes


Just press the buttons on the TV randomly, sometimes this combination works in starting the TV w/o a remote. After that use the remote for the dish to flip channels, but you will have to set the sound manually from time to time.......sodeep

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 201 views • 0 helpful votes


HOW DO TAKE THE LOCK CODE OFF I HIT BY MISTAKE ?

JVC AV-32120 32"... • 140 views • 0 helpful votes

Not finding what you are looking for?
JVC AV-32120 32" TV Logo

35 questions posted

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top JVC Televison & Video Experts

The Knight
The Knight

Level 3 Expert

76587 Answers

Demonic-2011
Demonic-2011

Level 3 Expert

513 Answers

Cindy Wells

Level 3 Expert

6262 Answers

Are you a JVC Televison and Video Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

View Most Popular

JVC Televison & Video

  • JVC Televison & Video

Most Popular Question

tv shut off come back red light

  • Televison & Video
Loading...