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TV WONT TURN ON

SOON AS I TURN ON THE TV IT TURNS RIGHT BACK OUT I HAVE A 35 INCH RCA F357505T AND I ONLY SEEN ONE FUSE AND CHANGED IT WHAT ELSE COULD IT BE

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    I have a 35 inch RCA tv that won't turn on after it had been unplugged for a few hrs.

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My RCA f35670mb 36" tv when'ed out changed fuse blown that fuse so i look at the board i am not sure what it is call but it was broken part # rt4201k that the number on the board would this be the sores of my problem and you tell me what the name of that part

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Techman has said it short and sweet. I concur.

Posted on Sep 07, 2006

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Sounds like the typical high voltage xformer problem

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