Question about RCA P52926 52" Rear Projection Television
2 THINGS THAT USUALLY CAUSE THIS PROBLEM IS
1) THERE IS AN ARC FROM ONE OF THE PICTURE TUBE ANODE LEADS--15.00-- THE TUBES ARE STILL GOOD , JUST THE LEAD IS BAD---NOT EASY TO REPLACE ,,YOU HAVE TO CUT THE OLD ONE OUT AND REPLACE USING SEALANT ....
2) A PART CALLLED A HIGH VOLTAGE BLOCK--75.00--THIS PART TAKES HV FROM A FLYBACK TRANSFORMER ,,,SPLITS THE VOLTAGE TO GO TO THE 3 PICTURE TUBES
KEEP IN MIND ,,IF YOU HEAR A POP--IT'S USUALLY A HIGH VOLTAGE ARCING TO SOME METAL--YOU ARE BETTER NOT PLAYING THE TV
THESE JOBS ARE BEST DONE BY TECH'S -TUNICA
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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