Question about RCA D52W19 52" Rear Projection Television
Whenever issues like this pop up, the first thing to do is look for ruptured or bulged capacitors. But be very careful not to touch anything unless you know how to discharge the set! Often when capacitors dry out, they don't filter voltage properly, and a ripple detection circuit kicks in shortly after power-on and shuts down the system. Look for a capacitor (they look like litte short batteries) oozing any rust-colored stuff or bulging out the top or bottom (tricky to see, but if the set is discharged a dental mirror helps). Usually the big ones go first. They are cheap to replace, and often fix the problem. If it's more complicated then that, I can't help you
Posted on Apr 21, 2007
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