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Can't turn TV on??

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Byte, Jan 13, 2004.

  1. Byte

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    HELP!

    I just bought a new JVC HV32P37 tv and I can't get it on. When I push start button it starts but then it goes back off. I see red and green light flashing. What should I do?
     
  2. TheIronMonkey

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    Definately sounds like a fault with the set. If you've just bought it then I'd take it back, or get it repaired under warranty.
     
  3. Byte

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    That's what the man from the store told me too. It's strange that JVC has so bad quality control. Well, tomorrow I'm gonna get a new one. Thanks for help anyway.
     
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    Sounds like its a DOA unit everyone gets em, I dont think JVC quality control is particularly bad at all you are just unlucky, It should get swapped for a brand new one.
     
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    It's probably not totally JVC's fault - bear in mind the fact that the set will more than likely have been transported half way around the country, and as with all electrical items, you do get some "bad apples"...

    It's how problems are dealt with that are the true measure of any company - you're getting a replacement set which is probably the best "fix" you could have hoped for.

    It's annoying but fingers crossed for you this time! Hope the second set has better luck! :smashin:

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