Question about RCA HD52W56 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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Picture gone I have an RCA 52" Scenium projector T.V. that made a strange high pitched noise and then the screen went black. No weak signal message. I unplugged it for a while then plugged it back in and there was a clicking sound like a breaker or relay was trying to reset, but couldn't and finally the T.V. shut off and the power light went off. This happened once when it was under warranty and the technician had to replace something. Similar events have happened several time throughout the next few years, but were correctable by unplugging the power cord, waiting several minutes then plugging it back in, but not this time.

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  • goldenjr Jan 04, 2008

    Yes, if I plug it in the green light comes on and the clicking sound goes for several minutes trying to reset I guess then thes set shuts off and the green light goes out. If I turn the power on again it will keep repeating this cycle.

  • mickey67 Mar 19, 2009

    I have the same problem with my RCA HD50LPW175 model. I heard a pop noise and then the picture went out. Now when i turn the tv on, it makes a clicking noise and shuts off by itself. No picture at all. Help.

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Yes, if I plug it in the green light comes on and the clicking sound goes for several minutes trying to reset I guess then thes\ set shuts off and the green light goes out. If I turn the power on again it will keep repeating this cycle.

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Is the set completly dead...does the green light flash then go off. or when you plug it up does it come on for a moment?

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