Question about RCA P52926 52" Rear Projection Television
Greetings all! I have an RCA P52923 model rear projection television. I was moving the TV from to install my new home theater receiver when it became unplugged (it wasn't turned on). When I plugged it back in, it would not say anything! After fuming for about an hour, I took of the back panel and noticed that the fuse (5g5a125v) was burned out. I have replaced the fuse and I get sound and can change the channels, but now the lamps will not come on! Firstly, is the fuse a specicfic type? What does the 5G mean? I have a 5 amp 125 volt fuse in there, but does the particular fuse the TV uses have something special about it? If so, where can I get it? None of the local vendors have it. Finally, if the fuse is not specialized, what else can be wrong? Any ideas how much repair is? I don't need a hulking box in my living room. Any suggestions and advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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