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My RCA F32650 turns on and has sound but no picture

Well it turns on and has sound but there is no picture i'm thinking the transformer that connects to it or maybe it could be the tube not sure does anyone have an idea?

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You will have to take this in for service. The possibilities for your symptom are numerous - it could be flyback if the audio voltage is derived from the wall ac; it could be CRT; it could be video blanking (to protect the TV).

A technician need to check voltages to provide a suggested repair.

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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