Question about RCA TruFlat 27F520T 27" TV
Hello pulled plug,
Having worked as a Bio-Med Tech I've seen many a pulled (yanked out with force) power cord on many a piece of medical equipment.
It would help to know what make & model # your TV set is so I can determine if the power cord "though-put" - at the TV set back cover itself - is hardwire soldered to the main circuit board, or if it has a separate screw "removable" plate assy.
The older sets or the latter means that you may have damaged that small ~ (3" x 6") plastic panel as well, beings there are usually 2 screws that hold it in place.
Note - Some older sets are this way, and most newer sets incorporate a different design altogether.
That through-put plate may also mount the Coaxial cable connect input, and may also have an AGC port to adjust that related pot control that is mounted on the (mobo) or motherboard. Older sets had this common design.
Newer sets have many more A-V inputs and connections due to the newer TV formats and newer technology changes.
Also that small power cord through-plate design may be one of 2 designs as well. Some older sets incorporated a quick-disconnect 2-pin AC power cord disconnect design from the (mobo) inside or behind that through-plate, while others had that 2 screw removable plate that had to be undone first, and then have the power cord passed through the back cover just to work on the TV board components as in a repair.
Which does yours have, or how old is your TV set?
Can you repair the ripped out power cord yourself?
If not you will have to have a qualified TV repair person re-solder the AC line cord connections back onto the (mobo) - unless the main (mobo) was damaged as well?
Let me know?
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
Plug it back in.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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