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Anonymous Posted on Jun 18, 2007

AV-60D501 JVC AV-60D501 I belive it is a 60" full screen projection tv for the last few months the picture has been flickering, Flickering like a VHS with bad tracking. It does this in all imputs, from cable imput to rca, to composit. it started out at 5 inches from the top, now is about the 1st 10 inches from the top and sometimes full screen. It seams to do it more when there is bright blue on the screen but my wife says when im at work it does it with no blue all the time. I have turned the Brightness to IRES and color temp to med witch seams to help a small bit but now the screen is to dim for daylight hours. Please help me

  • Edblakes Nov 12, 2007

    Also have AV-60D501 with problems. For a few weeks now when I first turn on TV it will be very jumpy with horizontal lines and the top 4-6" will not show (compressed video). After it warms up it got better, but now it seems to be getting progressively worse. I can't get rid of the jumpy hoizontal lines anymore. Kind of reminds me of when you use a vacuum around the TV... Thanks.

  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2008

    I have a JVC NV-50D500 52 in with a problem.
    For the last 6 weeks I have to let the set warm up to watch it . Its flickering badly or jumpy horizontal now it does not stop .

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There is a 5, 9 & 12 volt dc regulator on the chassis that could be causing this. Three legged transistors on small heat sinks. I f you look at the chassis from the rear of tv, is two boards.The one on the left has these reg. transistors. Usually the 9v regulator is bad and a 35ufd @ 50v capacitor near it is bad. From the tuner as ground check the third leg on the regulator for less than 9v dc.

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SOURCE: JVC AV-60D501

From what you're describing your focus block is probably failing JVC p/n#129P059050. It's probably also very vibration sensitive. They're about $80.00 dollars and they are also interchangeable with the Mitsubishi focus pack p/n#920p016010. Not a difficult repair - we do about 5-6 a month. Real easy in-home repair. Hope this helps. Bill

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JVC AV-60D501 I belive it is a 60" full screen projection tv for the last few months the picture has been flickering, Flickering like a VHS with bad tracking. It does this in all imputs, from cable imput...

From what you're describing your focus block is probably failing JVC p/n#129P059050. It's probably also very vibration sensitive. They're about $80.00 dollars and they are also interchangeable with the Mitsubishi focus pack p/n#920p016010. Not a difficult repair - we do about 5-6 a month. Real easy in-home repair. Hope this helps. Bill
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