Question about RCA 32V430T 32" TV
TV worked fine the other day but now it won't turn on. I had trouble with this TV when it was new. Fire flying in the back! I had this fixed for $100. This TV has the large plug on the power cord. I haven't tried to do anything to it yet. I know power is to the plug but do not know how far it goes from there?? Is there a fuse in the power cord plug? If the fuse on power supply has blown, something caused it to blow and replacing the fuse would not be a good idea before I could check a few things out?? What steps should I take to get to the problem!
The fuse is inside the set and is probably ok, but check to be sure. If you have an ohm meter I would check the horizontal output transistor first. It is a big transistor on a heat sink next to the FBT. It has three pins, check the center pin to one of the others, if low the transistor and probably the FBT is bad.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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