Question about RCA F36450 36" TV
I have an RCA 36' tv purchased in '95. Worked fine until I moved it from one room to another - didn't drop it or smash it into any walls but it sure is a bear to move. Now it won't turn on. Disconnected power cord from both the outlet (outlet is good, by the way) and tv and reconnected several times. Every few tries doing that I'll hear 8 or 10 electronic-like clicks as soon as I plug it into the outlet but no luck turning on the set. Any ideas anyone?
Possible that a fuse blew while transferring tv, most like to happen despite care in handling if tv was on for a while, kind of like moving a light bulb that is hot and suddenly filament breaks when you move the bulb slightly. Other than that I'd say it's a good time to get a new tv just in time too for the digital transition.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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