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36" JVC TV please help

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by DAVE, Jun 24, 2004.

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  1. DAVE

    DAVE Guest

    I got a 1-2year jvc tv that is out of warrenty. heres the problem.
    When you turn it on nothing happens. the light on the front comes on
    and you here the relay click inside but thats it. No sound and no high
    voltage. any clues in where I should start looking. Thank you
     
  2. Eugen T

    Eugen T Guest

    Well, you should start looking for reputable repair shop or service manual,
    in case you know what you are doing. The click you hear is the relay
    shutting down HV.
     
  3. Sofie

    Sofie Guest

    DAVE:
    Based on the what you posted all you will get is wild guesses...... lots of
    different faults can cause the symptoms you described...... kinda of like
    saying my car doesn't run, what could be wrong?
    You really should post some of your initial technical troubleshooting
    results such as meter readings, component tests, circuit board observations,
    etc. A good place to learn more about television failures and repairs is at
    the website for this newsgroup at
    http://www.repairfaq.org/
    There, with some searching and reading, you will find a wealth of television
    troubleshooting tips, component testing methods, repair procedures, and
    IMPORTANT safety information that will help you to stay away from the very
    dangerous and LETHAL electrical shock hazards inside. Be very careful,
    these hazards can still be present even when the television is turned off
    and unplugged from the AC power.
    If, after reading through the repairfaq website, you are still not certain
    how to proceed you might be best advised to TAKE your television to a
    service shop for at the very least a repair cost estimate so you can make an
    intelligent repair decision with facts instead of telephone or internet
    guesses.
     
  4. David

    David Guest

    Start following standard tv troubleshooting procedures for a dead set
    and post the results if you hit a stumbling block.


    www.repairfaq.org might be of some help to get you started.


    David
     
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