Watching my RCA model# F27242GY television yesterday when it went completely out. Try to turn it back on with remote but just made clicking noise but no picture or sound. Let it sit over night and try once again in a different plug socket, same clicking noise but 3 times. Could it be a fuse? if it is where would I find it? Please reply soon watching TV on a 13" screen--killing my eyes!!!
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Re: TV went out
Hey Jim, The high voltage protection circuit has gone out on the D-board and will need to be replaced. The fuse to the power supply is probably fine. A good repair tech shouldn't charge over $125 for this and it only takes a couple of hours. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.
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If this particular model does not have your typical RCA jacks in the front or back, Yes you will have to purchase an RF converter box. This is a common problem for the older conventional TV. Visit your local electronic store. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support!
First did you try all the codes. Some codes do not activate that function to work with the TV. Second what type of TV is it . If it is a combination tv - vcr - dvd these are the hardest to get to work with a universal remote . good luck
It sounds like the high voltage transformer went bad, There is no fox for you to do unless you have experience and the knowledge to fix and repair solid state TV sets. Play it safe and call out a RCA service center to give you an estimate. Good Luck