My tv automatically turns off and the green timer light flashes. the only way to get the tv to turn back on is to unplug it and plug it back in. Also my component input doesn't work either. JVC won't do anything about this can you help.
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Re: Jvc av-32fa44 television
Possibly your timer is set to turn your set off after a certain period of time.
Your component input may need to be enabled with your remote control.
If you have your owner's manual check it out and see if there are instructions as to how to set the timer and enable the component inputs.
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There seems to be issues with the soldering on it getting old and loose, also there are some common parts that burn out or go bad over time. I am not sure if you want to spend the money or are going to be able to find someone to fix it.
sounds like a popped power capacitor, its going to have to go to the shop most likely around 100.00 repair. taking the back off yearly and airdusting them helps, especially if you have a smoker in the house. caution high voltage present even when off, the heavy single red wire going to the tube is high voltage be careful.
You could have a power supply problem as parts do go bad. Why your set faile is a mystery.. Of course if your not a technician, a TV set is NO place to be experimenting with. It only about a year old you say But get the papers on this set if you can find them and make sure as there is a 12 month warranty on this model. You should contact JVC At 1-800-252-5722 or online at http://www.jvc.com/support/. Good Luck
Sounds almost like you have a voltage missing on the power supply board. if its a missing voltage a service manual and a multi meter should help ya find whats missing But a shop repair on a set like this could cost a bit as anything over 27" is a little costoly to fix these days. Only way to see is call and say to your self How old is the set? is it the set you really like do you wanna spend 150 to 225 to repair? it up to you. Good Luck