My picture on the television seems to have lines going through the top of it. I don't know what caused it, just happened one day when I turned it on. The chassis is itc222a. Any suggestions on an at home fix.....RCA doesn't seem to back up their merchandise a year and a half old.....sad.. This tv was expensive, so I would love to know where to look for the problem=)
It says at the very bottom of x-3 (Troubleshoot Guide ) that you need a SSB chip. Or like other have said it the FL231 125v 400 Ma fuse OEM # 259213 , A Dl231 Diode OEM #259234 and a Cl230 capacitor OEM # unknow. I have been doing much reseach on this problem for I have the same issue. I have not done these repairs myself. so do not quote me on this but this is what I found and its from TTE on ITC222 Chasis which is the almost ths same as the ITC222A. I hope this help many people that got screwed by RCA and walmart I am not a repair man but when something I buy breaks for no reason I research it until I find the solution. This is the close I came to it.
You could get into service mode and set the convergence. The only problem is....RCA decided to remove it from the menu for the R52WH74. It only runs 1 time during the first setup, according to RCA Customer Service. This is the 2nd one I've bougt in 6 years. Enough RCA Garbage!
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"Consumer electronic devices concerned with audio (for example Sound cards) often have a connector labeled "line in" and/or "line out". Line out provides an audio signal output and line in receives a signal input. The line in/out connections on a computer sound card are generally unbalanced, with a TRS connector of 6.35 mm (1/4"), 3.5 mm (1/8" miniature) or 2.5 mm (3/32" subminiature). The connections on most other consumer equipment use RCA jacks. In most cases changing the volume setting on the source equipment does not vary the strength of the line out signal."
You must first put on the battery so that the mtor reurns back to the return mode so that the VHS-C can be placed . Once the door is shut after placing the cassette, the tape is wound up and it becomes just like a regular VHS tape. Now if this is not happening there is always a small gear on the back side with which you can manually wind to bring it up to the desired level. If not the motr is stuck or the pulley is running loose. You can open up and check inside , it is a simple mechansim with a switch to activate and return. Check the motor and gears. reset the drive by removing, check the battery voltage to the motor and your adapter will work. hope you check this out. Good day
makesure there is no disc in the player. go into menu leave libary ilighted keep a eye on the top right hand corner type the code 57538 and in the top right hand corner u will see the code it is set to 1-2 region change the code to a 9 for multiregion open and shut the disc tray then go back into menu same again type in the same code if the number 9 is in the top right hand corner then it is know multiregion just leave don,t touch any keys after a few secounds it will be set. enjoy
I have the same problem, there is a way to get it back on, but it is neither easy nor consistent. I had a power outage at home and it died and was hissing static noise. I have gotten it to come on by cycling the power both by plugging it in and out, and also cycling the power switch as well as fiddling with the contrast thumbwell. Sometimes it comes on right away, other times I have fiddled with the power cord, power switch and contrast for 30 minutes. I does seem to work though not a consistent pattern. I have lost power here several times and I seem to always be able to get it back on.
I have a DVD player, a VCR player, a TV set all hook into an RCA RT2250 Audio/Video receiver. Everything was working fine until 2 days ago. Now the DVD player gives me a great pix but no sound. The VCR,and TV are just fine and I have checked everything out, speaker connections, mute buttons, etc. and nothing seems to be wrong. I am thinking that some thing in the receiver got fried. Is it repairable?
These are not necesarily "generic" parts. Because they correspond to the holes in the back, the actual jack part is somewhat unique to the model of the receiver. If you can post htemodel number I'll try to get you the part number. This should not be an exensive part. Figure on $5-$10 or so.