Question about RCA F36649 36" TV
There are several things that have been known to cause this problem. If you can get the video to come and go by jaring the TV a bit, then a poor solder connection could be the problem. Since the video goes through a Picture In Picture module, a defective regulator supplying 3.3 volts on the PIP board could be bad. There also is the possibility of a surface mount transistor on the comb filter module being bad. A good repair shop should be able to get you repaired for under $250, or much less if it's a bad solder connection.
Posted on Jan 04, 2007
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