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Re: RCA 42" Rear Projection TV
Hello, I have posted this before, and I believe that is fits this problem too, This is a common problem with the ITC222 chassis, I would check CP120, CP140, CP150 to see if they are bad I suspect CP150 is the one that is bad. Its value is 2200uf 16VDC. It is located on the same board as the IHVT and is in between the Heat sink in the middle of the board.
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I'm having the same problem with my RCA HD52W67 rear projection TV and I've notice this problem is listed with my other owners of this product. I have no experience with fixing electronics. Sould I try this myself or take it to an expert? Has anyone fixed this problem? What is an estimated cost involved, if I take my set to an expert? Any advice with the HD52W67 is great appreciated.
A CRT (picture tube) for an RCA projection TV will cost $300-400 If the TV is more than 4-5 years old, you'll likely have to replace all 3 CRTs to obtain a watchable picture. Its probably not a good idea to spend that kind of money on a "free" TV.
I have looked through most of the answers to the same problem question and found my answer. I thank you very much for your site for the free info as the cost could have been huge to fix it. Now that I no the part the cost is minimal, and I can do it myself(with a little help from my friends).
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This set may cost you all of $5.00 to repair. First I want you to unplug the set and look at the board containing the IHVT (called the flyback transformer by some) in the middle of the board you will see a heat sink and in the middle of the heat sink or close by you will see CP120, CP140, and CP150 one or all of these capacitors will appear to be puffy (bloated) with the top part pushed out. Replace all of the ones that look like this (puffy or bloated) That is your problem, the value of the CP150 is 2200uf 16dcv this one is usually the problem. It will cost you about 2.50 or less at radio shack.