Model #JV50PHDTV10A VIZIO Plasma Television

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Vizio JV50PHDTV10A Subwoofer

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It's always important to know the right power supply for any type of electronics so I can understand your concern. I did some research and provided a link to the parts list of for your specific model. I hope this will give you a little help on the matter until the Expert responds to your question in more detail.

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Julio -
July 27, 2012
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Thanks! I wish I could tell what the part looked like, though. Those diagrams are hard to make out!

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Amber -
July 27, 2012
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Hello Amber,

I would like to answer your question for you. The manual recommends using the supplied cord, and I have attached an excerpt. However, this is a commonly used cord on a lot of different home electronics. There is information on a sticker on the back of the sub and it tells the power consumption in watts. Any cord that is the correct IEC type, such as the input on many desktop pc's should work ok as long as they are rated above the wattage usage for your subwoofer.

Please let me know if I may be of any further assistance.

Jerry C

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Jerry C -
Sears Technician
July 28, 2012
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blue lines running up and down vizio plasma tv model #JV50PHDTV10A

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What I am imagining from your description is 5 thin lines going top to bottom that are not evenly spaced apart. If these lines are what I think they are, they will affect the menu of the TV and will not move if you change the aspect ration in the TV menu. If this is true then you likely have a bad connection between the address buffers to the panel. There are three small boards that run across the bottom of TV and its the connection between the actual screen and these boards that can become open or damaged. The problem is that the connection could be damaged on the actual screen which is bonded and there is no way to repair it. If reseating the connectors does not fix the issue then you need a panel which some service providers like Sears does not sell. If you do locate one, the cost of that repair will likely be more than the TV's value.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
May 20, 2010