Question about Televison & Video
RCA 32V434T (32'') has no Red or Green pixels, only Blue. It will power on for a few seconds, long enough to verify that the System Menus can be accessed, channels will change and audio is OK. Red power light on front flashes 19 times (if thats an indicator of anything) then it shuts itself off. Disconnected from AC for ~10 minutes with same results.
The color problems are caused by cracked/broken solder joints on the circuit that controls the display.
Usually this is located at the back of the tube on a small circuit board. Your description suggests that only the blue signal circuit is intact. I suggest these joints be resoldered for more strength.
It's a possibility that another IC senses this problem (or another one) and then shuts down the system.
Resolder those joints and see what happens.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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