Question about RCA 27R410T 27" TV
My problem is that up until a couple days ago TV was doing perfect then all of a sudden it turns off,never could get it back on so I waited till the Next day and it was good for about 5 minutes then shuts off and will not come back on. All TV repair shops in my area has some kind of policy that states they can't fix TV's made after the year 2000 (which I don't understand) so any help please give I love this TV
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no reset button ,sorry. The problem you describe is pretty common with this model as its a fault in the horizontal drive circuit or in the main power supply and without the proper service manual as well as the prober tools and equipment this set its not gonna get fixed. there are no panels or user changable boards as it is a solid state set. ptscorp.com could repair this board or exchange it with a referbished board but it would still requir some adjustment that a user may not be able to handle. time to call the pro.. Sorry couldnet help ya more.. Good Luck.
Posted on May 24, 2006
that high pitch is comming from the flyback replace the flyback and the HOT.and you will restore back the life of your tv.good luck.
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
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This trouble has two common causes,the switch is shorted and the memory IC 24COxx is busted.If you bring this to a shop maybe they will cost you $300 plus.But if you have a knowledge of electronics,this will not cost you much.This problem is very easy you can do it yourself.Just open the back cover of your TV,then locate this 24COxx IC has 8 legs,it's better you use a magnefying glass,if ever you already located this IC.Desolder this IC take out from the board,then turn on the TV to see if the "on and off" problem if still there.If the problem is gone,you should buy this IC with identical rating.You can buy this in electronics store.This memory IC is blank you must ask the store where to program the memory IC or this is already have a program.We continue the troubleshooting,if the "on and off" problem is still there,then IC is good put it back (remember the marks of the IC so it will not interchange,this will cause to be shorted) Then next you do is to take all the switches / button,power,tv / video,volume up,volume down,channel up,channel down and menu button .These switch / button must not have no resistance,small amount of resistance can cause the trouble. It's better you change all the switch / button,im going to find a links for electronics store online..
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Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Same problem with my 28 inch 16:9 CRT Sanyo. I usually fix it by cutting the power to the outlet and then it works fine. Had it into the repair shop - and of course it never acts up there...
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Ok, well the good news is prize or NOT it is still covered by a warranty, that's the law, you need to contact your local RCA office, and ask them for a referral to an Authorised service center, and you will be able to make a claim, and in any event, that's where you are going to have to take it to be repaired in any event. The Consumer Act, indicates that anything sold must be of "Merchantable" quality, clearly any unit that fails after less than 24 hours use, falls into that definition. You simply have to find a Dealer, Service center, whatever, and in all fairness, they should take care of it, there may be some costs involved, but usually not. Below is a technical Service manual, this is what I use to train the engineers to repair these units, have a look, www.electro-tech-online.com/.../36401d1261034747-rca-32-television-32v434t-need-help-repairing-atc010_training_manual-1-.pdf
Posted on May 06, 2010
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