Question about RCA D52W20 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
Rca d52w20 is a ict222 chasis i see this set all the time at the shop. The first thing to try on these set is to unplug them for 30 mins ( i dont think i ever have seen this work) What you need to know about these set is that the processor shuts this set down for any safety issues. it can be for many as 20 different issues. the processor stores this in a log which a technician with special computer interface can read. It will not be a main fuse because you can get the flashing light witch means the processor is getting power. So this is where the troubleshooting begins... these set are about 800 new. on average about 300 to 400 to repair. Notice any sounds or smells. What was it doing when the set died. did it ever run these will help whoever you get to work on it.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
What seems to be the most likely of the possible problems? when I hold down the power button for a few seconds, I get a blink code of "9 blinks, then a pause , then 1 blink". It repeats this a few times, then goes blank again.
Has anyone actually fixed this problem yet. Also, is there a way to bypass the safety checks??
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: RCA Projection TV won't turn on
Ok you got you a Rca ITC222 I See ALOT of these things. To start the troubleshooting.. UNPLUG the set for a min of 30 min the plug back up. ( I have never seen this work) If the set stil fails to come on then you have a processor lockup. The first thing you can conclude if the light flashes is it is NOT a FUSE. THe sets processor has determined that a safety condition has occured and shuts it down to prevent further damage and fire. THe top cause of this include Horizontal output trasistor, flyback transformer and high voltage splitter. but There is about 25 different failures that can drive it into shut down. technicains have interface equipment that can read errors codes much like a car.
typical repairs on this set run 150 to 350... if you have to replace tubes...250 per tube +labor which runs 250 ... these set new cost 800 so unless under warrenty.. you got to determine if it is worth it.
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: RCA 65 inch HDTV TV
yes what your describing is possibly a flyback which is very inexspensive and easy to fix. But I will need the model number of your RCA to be positive and tell you which flyback you need. So please respond to this same post with the model number and I will provide the proper info so you can repair the set without alot of exspense.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
I have the same problem. I had someone come look at it and he showed me the problem but a terrible price, so i didnt have it fixed. The reason the light blinks is there is a problem and the safety mech is kicked in which shuts the TV off. If you take the back of the TV off, about 15 screws, you will see right in the front on the left side a part shaped like the letter "C". The number on top of mine is S5 19 2. That is the part that needs to be replaced. Now to find the part on the internet and figure out how to change it out. any suggestions?
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
could be power supply problem or high voltage problem. check caps in main power supply first.look for caps that have tops puffed up ususlly three or four.....
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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