Question about RCA P52926 52" Rear Projection Television
The fuse by the power cord blew out and while I replaced it I vacuumed out the cobb webs from inside. When I put it back together, at least it came on, which it failed to do before. But the guns are out of alignment. I remember aligning them when it was brand new. I cannot find my manual. There does not seem to be an option that comes up for me to do so, now. Even though your site says there is no such thing, and I picked the closest I could find, my registration card for this product claims it is Model Number P52928YX2. It is a 52 inch Rear Projection Television. Something like 1999 model.
I belive you have a problem on the convergence circuit, a problem on the power supply of the convergence it blow out the fuse, if you cant find the option on the menu how to adjust the convergence that confirm it
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Make sure that you've replaced the fuse with exact ratings. Low
ampere ratings will not handle current as what the original fuse installed. If
still fuse keeps blowing after replacing with the same rating, this is an
indication that you have a short on the power supply section. It can't be fixed
by replacing the fuse alone. Short usually near the AC line where parts like
the following are present.
This is the common parts that
might be shorted and made the fuse blew. You may visit the linkhttp://www.fixya.com/support/r8053361-fuse_keeps_blowing for more info.
If you don't have necessary tools and test instruments, and
can't do the job yourself, I would advice you to look for a professional to troubleshoot the problem. Don't
attempt to work in the power supply if you don't know the safety precaution.
Hope I helped you.
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