I have a RCA 36F530T and it will not turn on, when I plug itin the wall outlet it makes a high pitched ticking sounds that starts off slow and gets faster. Is this repairable and does anyone know what it may take to fix. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Have the outlet checked by a qualified electrician. Sounds like either a power issue or ground. You should not get a buzz from an outlet for any reason.
If you plug something else into the outlet does it make the same noise?
If yes, something going on with the power. If not, then the TV power supply might be doing it, but the noise would be behind the TV and not the outlet.
I had the same issue, definitely check your cable. if that's good try a different outlet. i had mine in the surge protector when it was making the high pitch sound. when i just went straight to the wall outlet by it self it worked great. hope this helps.
Ur tv the high voltage it dead,the FBT,the flyback transformer.The big black block of plastic with a red wire with a black cap that hook up to the CRT(tv tube) is dead.The FBT,flyback transformer needed it to be replaced to solved this problems.Call the shops,take estimates for the best deal to do the repair.This is one of the main part of the tv to put HV in CRT(tube tv).It pretty hard to find this FBT these day,because of the discontinue of making of Amalog tvs.
First, you will want to isolate the problem. Is it feedback from an AC outlet you have it plugged into? Is it a recent noise that just started with no changes to Tv or its environment, then you may want to consider that a circuit is going and decide if it is worth repairing, You should find that type of fix at a shop for under $100
There is a short circuit in the high voltage circuit. the transformer who helps to create the high voltage or his power transistor is damage. replacement needed. the repair is not expensive, because the parts are average repair. Ask for an estimate.