Question about JVC PD-42WV74 42 in. Plasma EDTV
I had the TV on yesterday for about the length of three different dvds. In the middle of the last one, the TV turned itself off and both green lights on the receiver on the TV were blinking. I was unable to turn it back on last night and couldn't do it this morning either. I just see the green lights blinking. Could it have anything to do with overheating? Does it usually take that long for it to return to "normal" and turn back on? I have never encountered that problem before. I had to assume that it had overheated but I was stumped after it did the same this morning.
Unplug the TV set, after a few minutes, plug it back again. If you are lucky, the TV will be okay!
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
For no known reason, we experienced the same issue. Our TV turns off on its own and the light starts blinking. I did unplug it for 5 seconds, but that really didn't resolve the issue. Perhaps unplugging it for a longer duration of time? Will try. Other then that, has any one else been successful at fixing this issue?
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
Ive just resoldered the main power supply board amd its fixed
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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