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Purchased a TV model TLA01911c that was a display model and working in the store. Plugged it in at home to electric and satellite cable. All I can get is "no signal". They had no instruction book or remote to go with it. What do I need to get a picture. Walmart said I could get a book and remote from you people. Thank you for any assistance. Russell Hesketh 10890 Thomas Rd Colorado Springs Co 80908 rehemh@hotmail.com

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ok....i know what is wrong with your set.. it is a small (very small micro fuse. rca has issued bulliten to service centers on the problem.. getting the fuse and describing where it is then soldering might be the difficult problem here.. but let me give it a try. it is located on the main signal board in a shelded covered board called the main signal board. The fuse, 1C33,is located approximately 2 inches behing the tuner The surface mounted part has various markings on
the original part from “105” to “F”
and is located below the board marking “7C32'
Replacement fuse #275819 can be placed directly over the top and soldered to the ends of the existing fuse
to lessen the chances of damaging the board traces.
all that being said.. this is some trick soldering.. and unless your a tech i would not recomend such a repair.. i cant speak for all shops but such a repair is not that difficult for most techs and cost about 125 to 200. So good luck and let me know how it go's or if i can give any more detailed info

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