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Jvc hd61z575 61in. rear projection tv won't come on

I have a rear projection tv model Jvc hd-61z5785  614in.

I was watching a program and left the room for a minute but when I returned the screen was black and the power led and the light led were both flashing together. When attempting to turn off or on the power led comes on as normal and the fan comes on as normal but then the light led comes on the fan stops and both the light led and the power led both flash on and off together.  Can't stop them from flashing unless I unplug the set.

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  • racerron Nov 05, 2007

    The problem is your lamp, the same thing happened to me. Look out for a green hue on the L/H side of the screen after replcing the lamp. That' what happened tomine.

  • guidomartone Feb 11, 2009

    i have the same problem too, it just turns off whenever it feels like it...did anyone solve the problem please email me at [email protected]

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Ok you have defective power supply in hotside section! maybe they have abnormal oscillation!

 

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