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  1. craig

    craig Guest

    Hello. I had the back off my 27" JVC TV and when I put it back on and
    plug it in it shows "video" and neither the remote or the TV will
    work. It's a good TV and I wish there was something simple I could do
    to fix it (blown fuse?). Can anyone help? TIA Craig
     
  2. Guest

    It would help to know why you were inside and what you did when you
    were there. On the remote chance that you simply decided to have a
    look for no discernable reason:

    Did you leave out any interlock wires or clips? And did you re-connect
    the line cord correctly?

    Peter Wieck
    Wyncote, PA
     
  3. Sofie

    Sofie Guest

    craig:
    Yea.... very simple.... TAKE it to a service shop for a proper and safe
    repair.

    If you are looking for better answers than above you must give more
    information:
    **Model # ? ?
    **What was the fault that prompted to you take the back off of the
    television??
    **Obviously NOT a "blown fuse" since the television turns on and "shows
    video".
    **Did you forget to plug a cable into the board when you reassembled the
    television?
    **Did you force the circuit board and maybe crack it ?
    Best Regards,
    Daniel Sofie
    Electronics Supply & Repair
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    Hello. I had the back off my 27" JVC TV and when I put it back on and
    plug it in it shows "video" and neither the remote or the TV will
    work. It's a good TV and I wish there was something simple I could do
    to fix it (blown fuse?). Can anyone help? TIA Craig
     
  4. craig

    craig Guest

    Thanks for your replies. The TV is a JVC AV-27120. I was experimenting
    with projection TV and I switched the wires on the yoke which was easy
    to do and worked. I guess that was a foolish project and didn't give a
    good picture.
    I never disconnected the power cord. My budget is tight at this time
    and I have a substitute TV to watch. I switched the wires back and now
    I have the problem. The JVC just might have to sit somewhere. Thanks
    again. Craig
     
  5. Sofie

    Sofie Guest

    craig:
    You "didn't disconnect the power cord" when working inside the
    television???? Very foolish and very dangerous, especially to a novice
    tech. You either shorted something out, cracked the circuit board or did
    not reconnect some cables and connectors properly.
    JVCs are excellent televisions and produce one of the best pictures in the
    business. TAKE it to a service shop and get it repaired, it might be well
    worth it... or at least get a repair cost estimate so you can make an
    intelligent decision whether to toss it or have it fixed.
    Daniel Sofie
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  6. AJ

    AJ Guest

    He is probably referring to the fact that he did not disconnect the physical
    cord from the chassis, not the probable fact the the set was connected to
    the mains when he was playing inside it. But the concensious is that it
    should be professionally serviced. Totally agree!!
     
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