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HD52W66 t.v . will not start...plug in tv, push power, light comes on, then goes out have done a visual check no blown caps.

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  • renrab Oct 29, 2007

    model # is correct HD52W66



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The Model # is wrong it Must be HD52W67 0r HD56W66. Set is going to shut down, unfortunately the trouble to me in many different areas you need to call an authorized RCA repair shop and have the unit trouble shot.


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