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Wont turn on.

The green light flashes three times and then I have to wait one minute and it does it again. For a while it would turn on after two or three resets. Now nothing. What is wrong?

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  • eduhler May 19, 2009

    TV wont turn on, when you press power it cycles three times and never turns on. Have to wait a couple minutes and try again. At first it would turn on after a couple trys now it wont turn on no matter how many times you try!

  • thachad108 May 21, 2009

    how do i check the power supply board

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yes what your describing is possibly a flyback which is very inexspensive and easy to fix. But I will need the model number of your RCA to be positive and tell you which flyback you need. So please respond to this same post with the model number and I will provide the proper info so you can repair the set without alot of exspense.

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SOURCE: rca d52w14 hit power green light blinks three times wont come on

could be power supply problem or high voltage problem. check caps in main power supply first.look for caps that have tops puffed up ususlly three or four.....

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SOURCE: model d52w19 rca projection tv,will not turn

Thats the eroor for the flyback and CP150 needing replacement you can get the flyback # 259296 and the CP150 at the following link and they give free step by step instructions on how to do the repair.
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SOURCE: RCA HD56WW66 green light blinks three times then nothing

install the RCA repair kit called the CP50, CP120 and CP114 repair kit from www.tvrepairworld.com the kit also contains the instructions on Cd

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