Hey guys, my receiver seems to work great once it powers up, but getting it to turn on can be a problem. For a couple years it's had some kind of issue where if I unplug the unit and it completely powers down, it really has problems turning back on. When plugged back in, the red light by the letters "ECO" will be on, but when I press the power button the speakers make a deep pop sound, the red light goes off, and then a second later the red light comes back on and the unit has not powered up. I used to be able to get it to turn on after hitting the power button several times, but now this doesn't seem to work. Is the unit toast or is there anything I can do? Thanks!
Well this helped me find the relay but I found that after i pulled it off the board that it has some corosion around the metal prongs that hold it to the board. Could not get the relay open to do what is posted above , tryed opening it several times. Not sure if you are supposed to open it but could someone let me know. I am scraping around the prongs to get the corosion off hoping it will help but might just replace it alltogether. Further info on how to open the relay to do what is posted would help, I would appreciate any help, plzzzzz! :)
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The solid red light and the glow of the screen indicated the set is on . also if set is on a red light should be emmiting from the optical out jack. Seem like you have lost audio and video. If no menu appears when pressed on remote the replace the main board. Panasonic calls this the A board.
I have a RCA D61W20 chassis ITC222, I had the same problem and my repair guy found out the blue bulb was the main problem, along with replacing some transisters on one of the power boards, He also had to adjust the service convergence (not auto convergence). Works great now!
It sounds like a problem with the power supply. I had the same thing happen on a TV that was only a couple of years old. It did the same thing that you have mentioned. Once in a great while, it would turn on, and then we'd just leave it on because we didn't know when we would be able to get it to work again. The problem was, to buy a power supply for it we could get another TV. It just wasn't worth it.
Your flatscreen might be under warranty. I would look into that.
Did you use rechargeable batteries? The Garmin seems to be extremely picky about enough voltage. I had good rechargeables which I use in my foto flashlights, but they did not suffice for the Gamin. Simple non-rechargeable batteries ones solved my problem. Not good for the environment, but for my bearings...
The JVC RX-884VBK is a great machine, I had it for over 5 years and had no problem at all. I came across the (NO SOUND at all) and I believe it is an easy fix. Check the Front left, there are 2 keys marked 1 and 2 for SPEAKERS output, sometimes you don't notice that you connected the speakers to 1 and the 2 key is pressed. You could have both keys pressed and you will get the sound. I hope that helps.