Question about RCA HD52W59 HDTV Projection Television
LOOKES LIKE PICTURES BOWED IN THE MIDDLE
This is definitely the fix for this issue. You can order the fuse from digikey.com for .99 cents. I would order a few as it seems this happens somewhat frequently. I have done this procedure twice in 3 years. You DO NOT need anything else but the new fuse for fl231 and to resolder all the points of the flyback.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
There are 3 small fuses that will blow if the solder connections on the flyback transformer crack. If you open the tv, unplugged of course, you will see the flyback on the left most board.. the big thing with the red wire coming out of it. the 3 fuses are small orange squares just to the right of it.. two are 400mA and one is 1.25mA i believe.. anyways youll need a multimeter to check them and see which is blown.. solder the connections on the bottom of the flyback and replace appropriate fuse to fix. If only one color is off place, try going into the convergence adjusments in the menu to resolve without repair (might get lucky).. if its all 3 colors bowed on all sides, this fuse/soldering should fix it right up. A repair center will charge maybe $200-250 to do the job
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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