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The picture on my JVC TV is too dark

I have a JVC TV - Model AV-32WFT1EK. Recently the picture has become very dark. I have the brightness turned fully up and cannot get a bright picture. The Contrast is set at half, Sharpnes works OK, Colour OK as is the tint . Eco mode makes little difference. TV is approx 5 years old. Is there a manual method of adjusting the brightness. (I have been using my remote)

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  • VivJ Aug 31, 2007

    Does this mean that I have to remove the back of the TV? What does the flyback transformer look like?

  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    where is this located



  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2008

    i have  hitachi 

  • oxossi Apr 09, 2009

    I am having the same problem with my Konka FL2792U 27" Square and Flat screen TV. I was Playing PS3 on mine never had a prob. with it before and all the sudden it went dark you can still it but its really dark too dark to watch and enjoy even with all the settings wide open anyone know whats wrong with it nad the best way to fix it? lemme know thanks



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On the inside of the TV, on the flyback transformer there should be two controls. Turn the one that says "screen" very slowly clockwise while looking at the pix. The pix should get brighter as you turn it up- if you go to far you will see lines in the pix or the TV may shutdown.

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  • Anonymous Aug 31, 2007

    The big one with the red wire going to the picture tube

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    Ruslan Vremea Feb 14, 2021

    Thanks a lot. It helps a little bit, but not enough. What else can I do? Please!

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If it is doesn't work ? What we can do ? I mean, there is something else that I can check or not ?

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