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RCA P46924 46" Rear Projector TV

Would like to know where to purchase the power supply for this TV, also need to locate instructions on changing it out. I'm sure that is the problem, it shut off by itself, and when trying to turn back on sounds like a heart beat with no luck turning back on. I like this TV and would like it back up n running w/o paying a technician. Believe I can do it with instructions.

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    Hello. I have the same problem with my RCA same model. It happened during the 2nd game of the ALCS. What do we do after determining the power supply is good? Thanks for any help.

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First of all, we need to determine whether the power supply has a problem or if it is being told to shutdown because of a problem detected in the set. Are you familiar with electronics repair? Do you have a meter?

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