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Ive got a 42" rca, when i first turn it on it looks fine, but then it slowly goes white but i can still see the picture being displayed which component needs to be repaired?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IF the set is under warranty, you should return it.
Do this to see if your set is "sending" the image to the LCD panel.
1) What the set on take a bright flashlight and press it against the screen.
2) Look for the "image" moving around the edge of the flashlight.
3) If you see the "image" then the problem is in the inverter/CCLT or the power to it.
4) If you do not see the "image", you should look at the LCD controller(TCON) for the problem.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
I first changed the 220uf capacitor with no luck. I flipped the BURN switch to on and the set has been working great for a week now. Daughter left it on for about 20 hours overnight with no problem. Anybody have an idea what those 4 tiny switches are for? I have heard these type of switches called "dip switches". They are tiny white switches in a yellow block on the lower left side of the upper circuit board. The top one was labled 40", the next one down was labled 46", the 3rd one was 4 letters "EW" something I think, and then the bottom one was labled "BURN".
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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