Question about Standard (CRT) Televisions
My T.V. wouldn't do anything. I couldn't even turn it on. I unplugged it then plugged it back in, it worked fine. It happened again, this time when I tried that little trick Y-C and the time came up but no picture or sound. Where did the Y-C come from & how do I get rid of it? I'm lost without my T.V.
SOURCE: TXP3071WHX/XAA Won't Power On
Hi greetings from belize after your set was pulled from the WALL it got a static causing the microchip to damage ,that is what you call a dead set.take it to a tech to have him look on to replace the chip and your regulator.or the whole power supply.good luck
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
Often you will get a bluish or reddish looking picture if your wires from your cable box/satellite or DVD player are inexpensive RCA type video cables. Try using a nice set of component cables or HDMI cable from your sources to your TV. If this is your setup, try this first...its the most inexpensive first option.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
SOURCE: RCA Television D52W14
The first thing in this unit is to check the ribbon cable that goes from the front control panel to the back ssb board, I would unplug and replug to make sure seated properly. Then try it again. There are alot of screws to take out but worth it if this solves the problem.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
NO audio and no picture .... no power to on - off button. Checked outlet and it is good .... cable connection good - checked with another tv....
Posted on May 15, 2008
I had the same problem on the 57inch model of this TV set. Thankfully, it has been fixed at a reasonable cost! The fault was definitely caused by the IC's (two identical ones on the D board). They are marked MCZ3001DA. The replacement part (upgrade) is MCZ3001DB. I bought a number of them online (cheapest I found was about $25 per pair, and cheaper per IC if you buy more) and had an experienced TV repairman replaced for $100 (he originally "diagnosed" the cause - just by confirming the 10 blinks frequency I told him before he first visited). I guess he had seen this issue a lot before. He had it up and running within 45mins. It has been working fine since (4 days now). I am very pleased with the outcome so far. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
It sounds like you have a switch problem at the front panel of the set. If a switch gets stuck internally the micro is trying to process the command and won't respond to any other commands. The only way to find out is to go into the set and desolder all the manual switches and see if the remote will work the set. It has a seperate detector for the remote. Thanks for using fixya. Good luck
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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