Question about RCA Class 1080p 120Hz Smart Back Lit LED HDTV - SLD55A55RQ 55 in. Black 50 to 59 in
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is a LCD TV, and there is a faint picture, it is probably the backlight or inverter board (probably the latter). This is a common problem (especially with PC monitors).
Do an internet search for your model and inverter, you may be able to replace it.
Make SURE you REMOVE the power lead before opening the set !!!!
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
SOURCE: sound no picture
This about a different issue, but has good pics. See my posts at the end. The LVDS ribbon cable is even easier to get to then the LCD controller ribbons. Take off the stand, and back cover. Take off metal 'cage' on back, the ribbon underneath can become dirty or loose. Untape the cable, unclip and remove it. Rub it clean with an eraser. Replace and re-affix with some metal foil tape or other heat resistant tape from the hardware store.
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Posted on Jan 31, 2010
you need to remove main ckt, (m.board) some part need to re solder specially in hot area. (lost contact i one of the flickering problem you encountered.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
SOURCE: No picture on coby tv
I'm not certain but it sounds like there is a loose video cable in there...if you are able to, take the tv apart, and literally push on all of the connectors and cables to make sure they are not loose. The main video cable may not seem to be loose, but once it is making contact again, it should clear that mess up. Just look for cables running to the main screen and pull them off and put them back. Then put the tv back together again and see if it worked...it usually does. why does this happen? Some blame it on dust, others blame it on quick manufacturing processes...whatever the case, the cables become slightly seperated from the controller board and that happens...it also happens to computer monitors too...Good luck and take your time. If there are a lot of screws and things either take pictures of where they all went or write it down. I like to make a diagram on a piece of paper and tape the screws on the diagram to show where they went.
Posted on Sep 01, 2012
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