Chassis ATC113CA1 RCa Tv will not tunr on at all. i turned it off in the afternoon and that eveing it would not turn on again. When the on button is pushed a green light comes on and blinks three times and stops. A slight sueal is made when the light blinks as if the Tv is trying to turn on.
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Re: Tv wil not turn on
The horizontal output transistor is most likely shorted, it's a 2sc5588 Rca Part # 259899 and there are a couple of subs available for that too.
The slight squealing you hear is the feedback voltage on the hot transformer as the B+ tries to increase and the s/d circuit cuts it off. Not an expensive repair...
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If this RCA TV has a Chassis number of ITC222 then you need to call a tech to swap out the deflection circuit board for a new or rebuilt board. This RCA Chassis is a TV Techs worst nightmare to repair.
You are likely to have a high voltage transformer bad which is common problem for ctc 195 RCA If you look into the back of the tv it is the white square looking thing about 3 inches across by 3 inches with the large red wire coming from it and going back into the set. Must have original RCA part and must be unsoldered and solder in new one. Not to be done by the untrained. Average cost to come out and repair is $250 to $300. depending on the repairman (Note: the chassis is in a complete wooded chipcore box that will come out with quarter inch nutdriver and unplug two plugs at the top of the box The box or chassis can be taken to the repair shop leaving the screen at your home saving a service call. Hope this helps