Question about RCA 32V420T 32" TV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could seem to be a power cord problem But when you move around the cord you are realisticly flexing the printed circuit board assy. If you know all the safety issues around the servicing a solid state tv, then Of course I will assit you, in any way I can, But you must be aware of the high voltage that these sets store , even if they Are unplugged. Its a total safety issue. If you have no experience using a multi- meter as well as the safety issue awarness, then PLEASE seek a pro to assist you with this reapir, as it will get worse in the long run and cost ya more to fix, as everytime you move around the cord and the set shuts off, then goes on , your surging the componets!. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 19, 2006
Isolate filament voltage from CRT,i.e. unplug Crt socket from pix tube.Measure filament voltage on CRT PCB.If present,suspect bad pix tube.If missing,solder any/all connects in filament circuit,meaning CRT board first then main PCB.
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
SOURCE: rca tv model 32v432t
This set is not digital tuning and you would need a converter for off-the-air reception. You can get full specs and manual downloads from RCA's site:
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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