Question about RCA P61939 61" Rear Projection Television
With what you are describing I would start with the power supply. This is going to be a board, not a brick. If you can find the part online this is certainly something you could do yourself. Before you do anything back there make sure it is unplugged and discharged. Televisions can pack a wallop of stored up power. Keep in mind that this is a logical starting poing but true diagnostics would require a tech to come out or drop it off at a shop. My guesstimate for a repair would be around $300.00.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
tv worked great, turned it off one day and back on the next and the on light would not come on nor would the tv work, rear projection 52 inch rca
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Thats the classisc sign that the CP150, CP114 and CP120 capacitors need replacement. You can get the repair kit called CP150, CP120 and CP114 at www.tvrepairworld.com which contains the capacitors and the CD with step by step instructions on how to do the repair.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you. I will try this. I just dont understand why it worked with all of the button pushing on the front of the tv. Is this going to be a hard job"
SOURCE: I have a model HD52W59
A lot of these have bad capacitors in the power board. You can see them look puffy or bulged if you disassemble and look. look for caps that look like this
If they are bad, you just need to replace with similar value caps and the issue should be solved. They should be flat on top, not bulged like the picture. If you have a convergence issue too, this can also be fixed on the same board, let me know if you get to soldering..
you will need a set of TORX bits to open up, make sure you pull the ac power first. Look @ the left side when you get inside for the bad caps, you may need to use a mirror to see back behind the U shaped heat sink (there is a big one behind there that goes bad)..
best of luck, keep in touch
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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