Riddled TV Repair Forum
Service Menu and Manual Schematics
 FAQFAQ   SearchSearch   RegisterRegister 
   Log inLog in 
JVC LT32x576 Green Pixelated Screen Problem    
Post new topic   Reply to topic    Riddled TV Repair Forum Index -> TV Repair
Author Message

Joined: 05 Dec 2008
Posts: 1

PostPosted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 7:06 pm    Post subject: JVC LT32x576 Green Pixelated Screen Problem Reply with quote

I've got a broken HD Tv. It's a JVC 32X576. It's a few years old and one day when turning it on the screen just showed a strange pixelated pattern,
which is mostly green, some red squares, and some white and black as well. The volume still works just fine, but the picture is messed up.
The menus still work as well. I can access any of the menus, and change the settings. I can even do do the split, and freeze screen options, but
then I get two weird green screens. I've checked all of the inputs, but the video doesn't work in any of them, while the audio does.

I performed a Self Check by pressing the sleep timer button and then the Video status and display buttons at the same time.
I pressed "2" to enter the Self Check Mode.

The results of the self test were all ok, except for the Sync M, Sync S and Sync HD. Sometimes the RGB also has an error but that error goes
away after I run the test again.

I bought the service manual for this TV, and found that those tests correspond to the Main Sync Signal, the Sub Sync Signal, and the Component
Sync Signals respectively. The service manual indicates that this error happens from the Analog Signal PWB (IC201).

So, I opened up the chassis and everything looks pristine. I checked all the connections, took out the Analog Signal PWG, looked for any
blown capacitors, but everything looked good. I put everything back together, and tested it again with the same results.

I thought maybe if it's the Analog Signal PWB that has the problem, I could just input a digital signal into the HDMI port and that maybe it
would work. I don't have any equipment with an HDMI output. The manual for this TV says that the HDMI port on this TV isn't compatible with
the DVI of a computer. I assumed that maybe they just meant it isn't compatible with the DVI-A port of a computer. I have a DVI-I port on my
video card, so I tried plugging a DVI-D to HDMI cable from my computer to the HDMI port of the TV. Something definitely happens. The TV screen
goes black and then turns back on again with the same weird screen pattern, this time with some scanning bands that look like they're probably
coming from my computer. There are no such bands on the other inputs even when I have a video signal going in.

My next step would be to purchase a new Analog Signal PWB, but I'm afraid that since the digital input also didn't work, maybe there's another problem.

Have any ideas?


PostPost subject: Advertisement

Jesse Mack

Joined: 22 May 2008
Posts: 600
Location: The Last Frontier

PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 8:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

As a matter of fact, yes.

It looks like you have been a naughty boy (grin). A green screen is usually the result of trying to record HDMI content, or removing the back of the set and turning it on. This will cause the green screen. This is one of the problems with the doogooders of the world. The green screen is a copyguard of the current generation of sets.

Before you spend any money, try this.

Put the back on, you do not have to put all of the screws in but have it completely in place. (light entering is the culpret).

Go to the self check.
While in the self check, turn the set off with the remote control.
after 30 seconds, unplug the set from the ac outlet.
This will reset the unit.

Plug it in and check to see if everything is back to normal.

Good luck


Joined: 29 Dec 2008
Posts: 1

PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 6:35 pm    Post subject: Need lcd panel for this model. Reply with quote

Need used lcd panel for this model lt32x576.
This tv was working fine after my kid throw juice inside the unit.
Display posts from previous:   
Post new topic   Reply to topic    Riddled TV Repair Forum Index -> TV Repair All times are GMT - 6 Hours
Page 1 of 1


Disclaimer: All information provided by RiddledTV is strictly for information purposes only. Please observe all warnings displayed on your electronic
devices. This information should only be used to help diagnose work, and all service should be performed by a qualified technician.
Privacy Policy       Copyright © 2020 RiddledTV.com       Advertise on RiddedTV.com