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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my "32" rca flatscreen has
the backlight of your tv is about to be busted and must be replace but before replacing check first the ballast inverter board of the backlight lamp.you need to open the back cover of your tv to access the inverter board.in many cases a loose connection in the supply of the inverter board causes the problem that you've mention re soldering the connector of the inverter board from the power supply will cure the problem.next is the inverter board itself and the lamp you can replace them and they are available online at shop jimmy.com heres a link to the online store thans and pls rate my help
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
Other than checking all the connections going to it for signal it is likely a shop repair.
The nature of these sets is someone must open and inspect them and check for voltages missing.
At that point it becomes a guessing game---try the boards (purchase them) and see if a bad board.
It is always possible the front screen unit or display has failed which is fatal cost wise.
You have to weigh the cost of repair, age of set and cost of replacement in this.
The only way anyone can KNOW which board is bad is to actually remove and replace it----most shops look at it and shoot you a high estimate.
let me know if you have questions.
Posted on Mar 14, 2012
Check to make sure that your speaker wires are not pinched. If the wires look good, then your main board is the culptrit.
Posted on May 17, 2012
Video section has become compromised and no longer functional. Audio being separate from the Video may work perfectly, but the Video portion sustained damage to the circuit board or the inline safety diode blew. If any parts of the Circuit Board fail, you need to replace the mainboard. The cost to generally fix a circuit board is usually more than the replacement cost for a new unit. Check all fuses or circuit limiters inside the TV and if there are no shorts, burned parts, or obvious smells on the mainboard, transient current may have trickled in and damaged sensitive electronics. Have a professional Technician do tests to locate the source of the problem.
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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