Question about RCA D61W20 61" Rear Projection Television
When power button is pressed, the power light comes on, I hear a small click in the back and then the light goes off again. It will repeat the same process 2 more times for a total of 3. After numerous attempts, TV finally comes on as I can hear the screen make that popping sounds before tvs come on. I've read through previous posts and have heard of 3 possible problems. Bad Power Supply, Bad Capacitors, and Bad Flyback. Is there anyway I can check to see which problem I am having? I have a background in computers but not tv's, but I do have basic soldering skills. Any help would be greatly appreciated, Also, If I hold down the power button i get what I believe is a series of Error Codes.. Mine I think is Error 19, as in I get 1 flash, pause, the 9 flashes. Does anyone know what this code is? Would make troubleshooting alot simpler!
This is not a friendly chasis, the only easy fix that you might check on the power supply board and the left side (looking from the back) 3 capacitor (220,330,and 2200uf 16V) have the top pop up. Other than that poping, arcing noise, burn smell when first start up is bad york, Flyback Transformer and even the cooling leak for those tubes you will need professional TV repair man. Those TV picture not very nice anyway.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
do you have the part number for the flyback ? I need it if you would please. send it to
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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