[6 Ways] How to Fix JVC TV sound but no picture?

Suppose it’s Sunday today, you are getting along with your friends at your place, thinking of having a great movie time together, but your TV goes blackout. Not a good thought, right? So, to prevent we’re going to address one such issue, “How to Fix JVC TV sound but no picture.”

Before hopping onto the concerning issue, I’d like to give y’all some brief about JVC TVs. So basically, JVC TVs have this whole idea to offer a variety of TV ranges for penny-pinchers. 

Shenzhen MTC, a Chinese television company, acquired the license to manufacture JVC TVs from Taiwan manufacturer AmTran in 2018. A company based in Irvine, California, markets the TVs in the U.S.  

You can buy many of its curved TVs and flat-screen TVs. Some of them are listed below:

  • Elite UHD TVs
  • UHD TVs
  • Android TVs

The price of these TVs loaded with immense features ranges somewhere between Rs 16000  to Rs 67000 (in Indian currency rupee) which is pretty much affordable to its customers.

I hope we are done with the basics now. We shall start reckoning with the concerned issue, “How to Fix JVC TV sound but no picture.”  

Why does my JVC TV have no picture but sound?

Reason 1: Input, Source, Or TV/Video Button

Basically, the Input button on the remote control redirects you to the Input source menu. From there, you can select the input source you want to display, such as your TV, HDMI-connected devices, or a USB drive. So, if your TV has been put on the wrong input it wouldn’t play your picture.

Reason 2: Cable Or Satellite Receiver

If you think your TV is put on the correct input. Then, ensure that your satellite receiver/cable box is turned on, & all the cables are firmly connected to your TV.

If everything is connected to their respective place, there could be an issue with the signal or the box itself. Contact your service provider or customer support immediately.

Reason 3: Overheated TV Lamp

Many of you are not aware of the fact that there’s a lamp inside your TV that helps to project colors & images onto your TV screen. Overheating not only diminishes the lamp’s shelf life but your TV picture life as well. So, try preventing them.

Reason 4: TV Settings/Sleep Mode

You can see your Apps when you click Home and go to the main control center of the Smart TV. If you click YouTube, play a video, exit, and return to the TV, the TV will be black or blank. YouTube may not be the only App that triggers the blank screen.

The sleep timer in your smart TV helps you to shut your TV off automatically after a set amount of time. So, if your TV has been put on sleep mode, most probably the power is still on – just not be able to display picture on the screen.

How to Fix JVC TV sound but no picture?

Follow the below-mentioned methods in order to fix JVC TV has sound but no picture:

Method 1: Unplug Your TV From The Wall Socket

So, this is the most common solution for your problem, try to turn on & off your TV first using the remote control.

If nothing happens, unplug your TV from the wall power outlet, wait for at least 1 minute & then plug it back into the power outlet. Check this one out, as it proves to be an instant solution in most cases.

Unplug your JVC TV to recover picture with sound
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Method 2: Secure HDMI Connection

Always make sure that your HDMI cable is securely connected to the back of your TV. If you have Roku or Fire Stick, it has a loose or short cable connection then, check that too.

If it doesn’t help, check for another port on the back or side of your JVC TV & plug in your HDMI cable into that. 

Secure JVC TV HDMI connection
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Method 3: Prevent Overheating

In order to prevent your TV from overheating, keep the back vent of your TV well-ventilated & dirt-free. Make sure you have a spacious room for its ventilation, dust the dirt from your TV frequently.

Also, avoid turning on & off your TV often using the remote control, give it some to rest & cool down.

Method 4: Reboot Your Receiver/Cable Box

Try to reboot your receiver/cable box by turning off your TV & unplugging the receiver from all the power sources. Wait for at least 10 seconds, then plug it back & restore power to the receiver & the TV as well. This works magic in most cases.

If it doesn’t work, there could be an issue with the wall power outlet. Plug the receiver, HDMI cable & your TV into another wall socket.

Method 5: Hard Reset & Factory Reset

Unplug your TV again, press & hold the power button located on your TV for at least 10 to 20 seconds then plug it back. It will help you completely drain out any power problem in your device.

This way, you will do a hard reset in your TV & trust me, it works well mostly.

To eliminate any kind of further issue, you can also do a factory reset on your TV. Follow the below-mentioned steps:

  • Go to the Settings > Locate System > Then Advanced system settings.
  • You will find an option “Factory Reset” > Factory Reset Everything
How to factory reset JVC TV to get picture with sound
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And you are done with both the resets. I hope this helps permanently.

Method 6: Lamp Or Ballast Failure

If we dive deeper into technical issues, there could be a TV lamp or ballast (that helps startup the lamp & keep it powered on) failure, or the issue might be with the back light bulb or your inverter. 

These technical issues cannot be handled by you & me, they require professionals. So, replacing or repairing it with a professional can be your call and if you are not broke this month, consider buying a new TV for yourself. 

Final Words

I hope this article help you to recover the display picture back on your screen that too with sound. As we have discussed a few effective solution on “How to Fix JVC TV sound but no picture.”  

Unplug Your TV, Secure HDMI Connection, Prevent Overheating, Reboot Your Receiver/Cable Box, etc contributes to those effective solutions.

I hope it felt insightful to you all & please feel free to spread the solutions to the ones who you think are in need.

Thank You, Have a good day 🙂