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my rca 52 projection tv started to shut off on its own after some research I pulled the main board and replaced three capacetors that looked suspect replaced board and tv worked fine for 3 days and went out again any suggestion.
Hi, thanksfor visitingFixYa.To give youa better ideaabout your problemTV.Pleaseplace theTV model, is located inthe back ofTV.is veryimportant to knowthat information.Could havefaultycapacitorsin thepowersupply.I hopeyou let me knowthe modelTV thanks
RCA Scenium HDTV (Model #: D52W135D)(Chasis # ATC221) WILL NOT TURN ON!! When plugged in after a while of being unplugged the front power light will flash green lights first once...then 9 more times. I can hear the static in the back but nothing will turn on. It really sucks becuase we were just watch yesterday, turned it off after a while of it being on(I don't know if that matters) then the next day in the morning I tried to turn it on and it wouldn't turn on... :Z PLEASE HELP!!
This happened to me. Unplugg the TV and let it sit idle for ATLEAST 20min. Remove the rear cover of the TV. BECAREFUL NOT TO TOUCH THE TUBE OR COMPASITOR THERE MAY TIL BE POWER TO IT! You should see a (3) prong wire that is black+white+and grey. That wire is most likely disconnected. You will see where it plugs into the board.
I had the same problem with mine turning off after 3-5 seconds. After much research I found a suggestion that on some combo units the vcr part could have a power supply cutout if it is not working correctly. I tried to insert a tape and found that the tape mechanism would not accept a tape. I used a little bit of force and managed to insert a tape. I then played the tape forwards and backwards and the power stayed on! I ejected the tape and found the TV then worked just fine. The power has now been on for over one hour. I hope this give you another avenue to try and fix your problem.