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JVC AC32F702 I've got a JVC AV32F702 flat screen t.v. I recently started getting 4-6 digital lines across the top of the screen, the quality still looks very good. The screen also started flashing a green background with digital/horizantal lines within the background, and sometimes when it does this it will shut off, the red light on the front panel will blink, and the t.v will not turn on unless unplugged and plugged back in. It doesn't seem to make a differance on how long I wait before I plug it back in. Does this sound like a power supply? Any help is appreciated. Sean

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  • sean howard May 12, 2007

    This solution is confusing and I don't understand.

  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2008

    my tv now goes white screen

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22uf/250v from the 180v flyback output and 100 uf/50v in vertical and the last 220uf/16-25v from 16v line of flyback.

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