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ITC222 - RGB flickers using Tuner

Red, blue, and green flickers when using the analog or digital tuner. The entire picture flickers between red, blue, and green but it's barely noticeable. Using the video and component inputs, the picture is great and there is no flickering.
Is there a RGB IC on the tuners? If so, what is the component label?

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Its the Tuner rf gain voltage or AGC not set properly.

Posted on Dec 09, 2017

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Tuner is integral part of mother board,repair only.Shorted IC ?
Detailed,miniature soldering will be needed-want to pursue??
send me service number on back.....T.

Posted on Oct 25, 2007

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SOURCE: Tuner Problem

Robert,
Replacing the "F" connector is usually all that's needed unless the tuner board is cracked. You could remove the tuner - send it in for repair and re-install it... It would clearly save a few bucks!
Any shop should be able to do that one easy enough... Around here we charge $40.00 including the part to replace the "F" connector and there are shops that charge even less...
Bill

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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SOURCE: QUAM TUNER

Doubt it. We ran HD through our small CATV system using consumer grade modulators but could only get them on the AIR frequencies, as we had very limited bandwidth as we had to carry 64 analog channels plus digital HITS packages for our Motorola DSxxx series boxes. Try plugging the CATV feed into the ANT input and do an autoprogram, or tell the tv to look on the AIR frequencies when it asks if you have CATV or AIR. Worth a shot though.

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SOURCE: picture red

the tubes are weak you may want to have a shop look at it but i know the tubes are weak

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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SOURCE: rca 14" truflat

really depends on the model. I've got a 2005 26" RCA truflat that has both digital and analog ota tuners--I can pick up off of rabbit ears OTA broadcasts, as well as via coax cable (cox cable) any of the unencrypted clear digital channels (QAM). Just can't handle the encrypted channels. If there are multiple coax inputs, check their labels--if labeled digital, likely that you've got a QAM digital tuner. Also, in the menuing system, channel scan--does it identify signal type as selectable digital/analog?

The surefire, get the model number, goto RCA.com website, download the user manual.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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