Question about RCA Televison & Video
Check For loose solder joints around the horizontal output transistor. Mostly the square, grey or blue cap to the right of the output t-sistor. Also look for bulged caps in the power supply towards the front of the board. CP150 and CP120 and CP114 and all the electrolytics in the area. Also, solder the flyback whether it looks bad or not. These joints can be sneaky. Good luck and thanks for using fixya.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Check the flyback transformer that is right next to the fuse. Look for solder "rings" (poor solder connections) resolder those then make sure something didn't come unplugged. That fuse usually pops because of the bad solder connections in the first place. I have seen tvs not come on as a result of these bad connections. Also you might check the solder connection on the replacement fuse make sure there are no solder bridges shorting anything. Just replacing that fuse shouldnot cause it not to come on. good luck
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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