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Re: rca projection tv has sound,no picture or OSD
The 169 is an old chasis but a good one. Many chronc problems can cause these symtons. No high voltage because of bad flyback, or HV spitter defec is the most likely, but there are chonic caps that fail in the power supply as well. This problem will most likely need the assistance of a qualified service professional.
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If no arc into a bottle with the HV wire removed and inserted the trouble is before that. Set is prone to some nasty problems---a number (about 12) similar large diodes fail all over the set---have to check the voltages to know as they will test ok even with a diode tester.
Make sure you removed the right wire---ALSO VERY COMMON is when any of the HV wires into the block are inserted they bend over and will work for a while but sooner or later cause issues---you would be able to see this if disconnect the block and remove each red wire---they slide down and plug in---find one or more folded over inside the tubes and you have found your problem.
The Block is now very cheap --seen them for 20 dollars.
disconnect the wii it will eventually ruin your tv game systems can't be used on rear projection because of problems caused you may need to hook everything up at the bottom of the panel and switch back and forth using your remote we had to do that on ours
Sounds like the flyback, can you look on the rear tag and let me know which chassis you have and verify your model number and I will post which flyback you need as well as where to get a replacement with free tech support to help you install it.
Try a "hard restart", which simply means unplugging the power cord of the TV, and replugging it after 4 hours have passed. This technique reprograms the electronics to a certain extent.
You can also visit the manufacturer's website or call their tollfree number for problem solving info.
Hope these suggestions help you out.