Question about RCA D52W19 52" Rear Projection Television

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POWERS OFF BY ITS SELF

TRY TO TURN TV ON , GREEN LIGHT COME ON FOR A FEW SEC, THEN POWERS OFF, THEN IT SMELLS LIKE BURNING WIRES OR SOMETHING . WHAT COULD THIS BE? WOULD IT COST TO MUCH TO FIX?

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  • cudock Oct 29, 2007

    thanks, not real good with elec, how hard would it be to replace it?

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2007

    my tv does the same thing the green light turns on for a few seconds then turns off,mine does not smell any burning,but it never turns on.i am going to contact a technition to solve the problem,it seems i am not the only one having problems with this product. so sad!

  • kdknows Dec 02, 2007

    tv would go off and on by its self. now green power light stays onn few seconds an d goes off, tv not working

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He most likely have a whole in your high voltage flyback transformer.Ref #LL008 if the transformer has a silver face then the part # 269296. if not part # 270125

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