Question about RCA HD52W59 HDTV Projection Television
This TV is a CRT rear projection - It uses 3 picture tubes - not a DLP lamp.....
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
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There are a few different reasons that can cause this issue, I'll try to be succinct.
1) Meeting or exceeding the switch load capacity - the switch's capacity should be embossed on the back of the switch. Total the bulb wattage on that switch and see how close you are. Even 375-425W on a 500Wmay buzz, a higher capacity dimmer may be required. 2) Is it actually the dimmer? Some switches actually cause the bulbs to buzz. These may be resistor-based dimmers, you will need a dimmer with an auto transformer component. 3) Is the dimmer rated for the bulb type on the circuit? A fluorescent rated dimmer may buzz with an incandescent bulb and vice-versa. 4) Some track lighting is low-voltage" rated, there are specific dimmers for this application.
Hope this helps.
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