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Rca d52w23 what is the part # for the deflection board?i just want to change the whole panel.pls help!

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    Have trouble with the color, looks like a three d movie without the glasses.

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No pic. with sound on my RCA


The deflection board will need replacement. Very common issue for that model. Replacement deflection boards are available from www.tvcircuitboards.com

Dec 19, 2011 | RCA D52W23 52" HDTV CRT TV

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I have a model D52W23 and I have taken the back off but still do not see the bulb location. I see circuit boards but no bulb at this time. Is it located behind the circuit boards?


that model doesnt have a bulb it has three picture tubes. Chances are YOUR needING a deflection board for that model its the large board on the left side. You can get replacement deflection board from www.tvrepairworld.com

Sep 19, 2011 | RCA D52W23 52" HDTV CRT TV

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I have a 52" rca


Yes. There are grey cubical capacitors that get weak solder joints on the deflection board. There are also 3 electrolytic capacitors that may bulge out that need to be replaced on the deflection board near the middle by a transistor on a heat sync.

Jun 23, 2011 | RCA D52W23 52" HDTV CRT TV

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When push the power button on, it stays on for a few seconds then shut off.


Replace the deflection board very common problem with that model. You can get a replacement deflection board from www.tvrepairworld.com

May 17, 2011 | RCA D52W23 52" HDTV CRT TV

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The RCA model D52w23 tv turns on then about a minute later it turns off. I put my finger on the Deflection IC C5588 and it feels hot. Is it going into shutdown because of this? Is it normal for this IC to...


On your deflection board Look to see if CP150 2200uf 16v is defective ,it will be Vented,Domed or swollen on Top if it is use 25v and replace CP114 CP120, Both are 220uf 35v

Sep 22, 2010 | RCA D52W23 52" HDTV CRT TV

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We have a RCA D52w23 rear projection tv that powers off.


most likley the deflection board is at issue. Thats the number one board which fails in that chassis.

Mar 15, 2010 | RCA D52W23 52" HDTV CRT TV

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Replaced deflection pwr board on rca d52w23 projection tv and still no pwr at all ( this board had a burnt cap) please advise


is that voltage traceable  on that ckt when power on, forward that trace to horizontal area may be there's part open resulting your machine dead.

Feb 23, 2010 | RCA D52W23 52" HDTV CRT TV

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