HI I am electronically challenged. My picture is cutting in and out every 30 seconds or so. This happends on all channels. It fades out, keeping all sound, then fades back in. The JVC flat screen TV is only 3 yrs old bought new @ Best Buy. Not near heat, no fancy system connected...just DVD player and TV.
What should I do to repair it?
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Re: my picture is cutting in and out!
I just repaired one of these on Friday last week. Video on the right side was darker than the left and quite noticeable. After about an hour of trace testing I got out my trusty ESR meter and found C545 35v/220uf had a extremely high equivilent series resistance. replacing that cap restored normal picture.
What I'm trying to get to if I wasn't so long winded is, it sound to me like it's probably
cap related and not a relatively expensive repair.
Take it to a good reputable shop though.. If you're not sure how to find one goto:
and input your info. That's the National Electronic Service Dealer's Assn. Kind of like going to the AMA to find a doctor.
Take the set in your self too and you'll save a few bucks there.
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Technically, yes, but there are some challenges. First, the input voltage to the amp is 12VDC, not 120VAC. You would need to find a power supply large enough to supply 12VDC at 30-40 amps (plus has proper currently limiting or fuses to protect against overloading). Second, most home speakers are 8 ohm impedance. While the amp can power an 8 ohm speaker, the output power is cut in half (compared to a 4 ohm speaker).
The camera and basically telling you that the shutter speed has dropped below 1/30 of a second. Any speed below this requires the use of a tripos. In "P" mode the shutter speed can drop as low as 30 seconds and the F-stop aperture will be the lowest your lens will allow. So to me it's operating correctly. Be aware that if you make a photo when the camera is in Live mode when "LO" is on the screen the picture could take several second to complete.
Remove the front cover or the back. You need to look for the color gun it will look like a small box with 3 screws. Slightly turn the screws to adjust the color in your case in and out blue and arching lines.. Now the box sounds like a picture in picture function.. Would have to see it. Now it it cuts off power after 5-30 seconds after doing this you could have a bad capacitor on the power supply board which is sending the set into fault protection. A Bad cap with be poped at the top (X) -Top view of a cap should be flat. NOt rasied or poped.
1. Hold [menu] and [vol-] button on the side of the TV 2. while holding these, press the [power] button on the side of TV (NOT remote) 3. blue light comes ON and stays ON 4. wait 10 seconds then let go of [menu] and [vol-] 5. wait another 30 seconds and some type of picture should appear