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Mario Menendez Posted on Jun 02, 2017

Blue screen !!!

My TV is showing a blue screen, it is on cable setting and (I have a cable provider) I checked the video settings and yes it is on cable setting, it was working fine before yesterday when a fuse blew on my house and I had to reset the fuse I don't know if that had anything to do with it ? but please advise I noticed the tv has a setting for locked I don't know if maybe that got tripped when I reset the fuse PLEASE advise on how to fix the problem. my email is [email protected]

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  • Posted on Jun 20, 2007

SOURCE: tv screen shrinks

Looks like some of the Electrolytic Capacitors in the Vertical Output stages have dried out and need to be replaced. If you are conversant with Solid State electronics servicing, then you can make an attempt. I generally do not waste time identifying the faulty capacitor, but replace the entire lot in thre Vertical stages. There are not more than 8-10 of them. Since you are changing them en masse, should not take you more than 30 - 45 mins to desolder the suspect ones, and solder the new ones. And it also saves you the bother of new problems cropping up in the near future, as all potential problems with old capacitors get removed.



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  • Posted on Feb 08, 2008

SOURCE: Power Went out for a minute and TV needs to be reset!!! Lock Mode Problem


Do the reset test.I give this 50/50 chance of clearing it up. Disconnect the power cord for 4 hours. Then when you power it back up the internal soft codes will automatically reset to factory defaults.

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  • Posted on Feb 23, 2008

SOURCE: Blue Screen

I don't have a solution, but wanting to know if you ever resolved your problem? I'm having the same issue with my JVC 32" model # AV-32D500.



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  • Posted on Sep 28, 2008

SOURCE: blue screen

the problem of ur tv is tuner,try to solder the tuner


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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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bad connection but where need tech.


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