Question about Televison & Video
I bought a RCA 56 inch TV (model # P56938), from an individual about 20 miles from my residence. While transporting the TV in the back of my truck, the wind caused the outer screen (the kind that doesn't leave fingerprints), to rip into pieces. The TV still works good, but without that top screen, the picture has a very bright red, green, and blue lights shining in it. Where can I get a new screen for it? Approximately how much does this screen cost? And how do I fix this?
SOURCE: parts identification
I can help you with this,i will get back to you later today its 3am here and i dont have my breif case with me i just order a FBT for a RCA PTK195 .ThankYou for using FixYa. Have a Nice Day.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
SOURCE: sony 65 inch screen tv
The lines you saw, i;m sure they are the ones called retrace lines but know the failure could be located on the red CRT board. Most likely the video amplifier is defective and not necessarily the CRT.
What is the model number of your TV?
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
SOURCE: RCA 52inch Model R52WH77 HDTV
may i suggest reading the ariticle the fl231 problem in my tips and tricks section of my profile. YOu MAY have a 5 dollars 30 minuter fix. Determine if you have the convergence option under the setup option of the customer menu. if you dont then congratulations you have a simple fix. i you do have the convergence option and the autoconvergence then you might have other problems. and will have to troubleshoot further. If so ill talk you through some more. THIS set has NO stk convergence ics. my feeling is the fl231 which i see alot on this perticlar model at the shop
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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