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All telivisions has fuses inside. Some of them has one, and some has two. If your tv doesn't power on, and power chord and outlet is ok, surely the fuse inside may blown out. There may be some reason for the blowing of fuse. Fuses are used inside tvs are for protection purposes. f any overvoltage or over current taken by the system, the fuse will blow out. you must fist find out the resom for the bowing of fuse. New fuse must be put in only after that check. Otherwise you will spoil the whole circut board inside the tv irrepairable. Concat a service personnal, and let him do that. Ok.
Remember, different tvs have different power ratings. Must select proper fuse according to the ratings.
This is probably a tv with the "ctc-169" chassis. The BEST modern chassis RCA built. I own 2 of them that I USE, one is a 32" CONSOLE, a lot like your 27" set the other is a projo. I would keep BOTH of them ANY day--over ANY of the cheap, unreliable, fragile flat--panel sets today!!
FIX your set!! If the picture was good--it still will be--these sets had GREAT tubes in them. Most likely--a power supply isue with a couple of caps in the power supply, perhaps the controller chip for the chopper transistor, nothing likely serious. Probably about 150 repair--or less.
I feel foolish asking this but have you plugged it in? If you have it plugged in are you trying to turn it on with the remote? Have you tried to turn it on by pressing the on switch on the tv? Does the outlet work?
There could be any number of reasons for this. If the outlet has power (you can check this with any electrical device you have, plug it in and turn it on). So if the outlet has power AND the remote has fresh batteries AND the tv is plugged in to the outlet but still will not turn on even after pressing the switch on the tv...then you may have a blown fuse on the power input line into the tv. Take the tv to your local repair shop and ask them to look, if the fuse is blown they'll replace it and voila, your tv is fixed!
Please do not try to do this yourself, there is over 10,000 volts available at the flyback transformer even with the tv not plugged in.
Try unplugging the tv for a few minutes. This reset the front panel lock on my JVC tv. I got it from the manual, which I found at the JVC site by Googling the specific model of the tv along with JVC and manual. I found the manual right away.
It takes a star driver if I am not mistaken to take the back off probably two different sizes one for the top bottom and sides and one size for where the rca jacks are.. I only recommend checking the fuse...if blown never put foil around it. Takes a 4 amp. 5 amp would be ok. Dont go over this. If the fuse is good you should take to a good tv repairman. If blown and blows the fuse you put in take to tv repairman. Anything past this is highly technical. Hope you have a blown fuse only.