Turned off TV, came back a few hours later, turned TVon and nothing happened checked plug to make sure it was in, I was wondering if there is a fuse inside the unit that could blown, before I try to take it apart, the Tv is 15 yrs old this is the first problem, if it is not a fuse, is it worth having fixed
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Yes these are the same yellow white and red ports that you would use to connect your DVD player. I believe this television has one port in the front and one in the back. I might be wrong but I believe video 1 is in the back and video 2 is in the front. If you have tried video 1 and video 2 making sure you have pressed the video/input button to select the proper one after connecting your Roku then you have done everything properly. Make sure to try a different RCA cable to make sure it is not the cable that is causing the problem. Also try the Roku on a different television because if it is working on a different television with the same RCA cable then you'll know that it isn't compatible with this particular television.
well, yew can try and pull out the cord 1st...then, wait at LEAST 12 hours and plug it back in! If it turns on, and cuts off 3 seconds later, try to pull tha cord out AGAIN and plug it BACK IN and it SHOULD work! :D :3 i have had multipe problems with my RCA television set, and this was one of them!!
That's because somehow the lightening caused a fault in the power board. Ypu can try an unplug for 2 hrs and then reconnect and start again If that dosn't work you will require intevention to replace the power supply
I repaired an RCA same model with a very similar symptom. I found bad connections on the printed circuit board at L411 and L 412 (coils) in the horizontal drive circuit. Give the set a good Fonzie ( Happy Days) smack on the side and see if it comes on. LOL. Bad connections are common with that model. It is probably worth fixing and no, lightning didnt do it.
If you have the set off, and the cable plugged into the back of the set for a day or so, the guide plus should come back. It will sometimes take up to 48 hours. If it does not, there is a problem with the set and will require servicing. Good Luck