Hello, I have an RCA Projection TV:
Model #: P46770CK
Service #: P46770CKLG1
The set will not turn on any more. It has worked beautifully for a 17 year old TV, then one day, just decided not to respond to the remote or the on/off button on the front of the set. A faint click sound can be heard when pressing on/off switch.
Any idea how to fix without spending more than the set is worth?
Please advise. Thank you!
Hey, I just fix my RCA p46770ck with that faint click sound when you try to power on. It was the HV splitter for $74.and change. after a long hunt to find the source of the problem I did what my local appliance store said to do replace the hole board for $275 luckily I was able to return that because it did nothing different than my board/module click.... click.... clickclickclickclickclick turn on you peace of @#%! any way if you unscrew the back cover off you'll see a black box at the top left corner with 4 red wires going to it groped 3 and 1. The 1 is your HV (High Voltage) supply and then gets split to each tube. Oh you should of unplug the tv before you touch any thing HV is 30,000 volts after you unplug you should push the power button to get ride of all voltage. please feel free to contact me at Heicheltechservice@hotmail.com for any Q: I can get part numbers or help in any whey i can
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hello is sound like 1 of the capacitor or transistor have blown. the fuse is located in the power supply glass type if you have to replace the fuse make sure you use the same rated value. the value will be on the end of the fuse or on the fuse holder on the circuit board good luck
Now I know the rest of the story: After I went to see the TV I was told it had happened after a storm the next day the set was dead. She had already recieved the insurance money. She said she did not want to spend much money on it as she obtained the set at a garage sale for 60 bucks 6 years ago. As I looked into the circuit board I noticed evidence of water damage and looking up the case and on top, yup, thats why she got it so cheap. I do think it is lightly damaged. As a grandmother of a close friend I didn't Intend to charge her but she gave me some bucks and the insides of the tv. I'm sure their isn't much time on it. If any one wants some parts on a 1993 RCA mod p46770ck (48" screen) contact me thru snailmail @ Whiskers, rr1bx57a zip 64632 Include your ph.# and I will call you. (I don't use the computer every day)
ok lets begin... shut off? ...is the set staying off. NO POwer at all.. does the set try to come on. does the set have a blinking led on front. have you tried unpluging then waiting 30 min then trying to turn it on again.. this set has a processor and when it detectect any fault will shut the set down
It sounds to me that you may have a cold solder joint ( loose connection on the board ). I suggest you remove the board ( or seek professional assistance ) and solder any loose connections that you may find. That may correct the problem. Good Luck.
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If it is a "minor" convergence problem you can adjust it by going to the menu and scrolling to convergence and follow prompts A cross will appear when you have reached the correct place and you do the minor adjustments as it says. If picture is bowed you have major convergence problems.
A clue to what is wrong is by looking from the back (taking the back off) and looking to see if the three picture tubes have any yellow glow at the bottom of them where the three identical boards are located on each tube.. If you have no glow there you possibly have a resistor R4703 open. It is a 3.3 ohm resistor and feeds the voltage to the filaments in each tube where the glow is suppose to be. If you do have the glow the problem could be much more complicated. Another to check is to see if the menu comes up on the screen. You could possibly be in the wrong input mode, Check your input mode with the input button on the remote The number R4703 is a location number to identify where the resistor is. This is all I can tell you that would not require much more complicated procedures requiring a tv repairman to look at it. If you have an ohm meter you can check R4703 but it must be checked out of circuit. (or at least one leg loose) Hope this helps