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Rca tv hi, picture is gone. humming noise coming from inside....on/off buttons arent working either,before total black out ,picture would codense to very thin and then go back to orginal size,thought it was cable company.. Any suggestions? thanks Don

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Sounds like your high voltage section, or your main power supply is shot. DO NOT OPEN THE BACK OF YOUR TV.

The chassis of the TV ( any metal inside the plastic outer shell ) is Electrically HOT ! The High voltage section has upwards of 30,000 ( thirty thousand ) volts running to the picture tube...so DON'T TOUCH ANYTHING.

THe Humming noise is the TV Drawing a lot of current and trying to work. Don't continue to let it try or it will be an even more expensive fix....pull the plug !!

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  • "The picture could condense to very thin and then go back to orginal size"......this means that the vertical high voltage section was collapsing (the high voltage for this part of the picture has failed ) and coming back ( normal picture )........this means that some part in the HV section was on its last legs. Now it has no legs.
Best thing you could do is take it to a shop. I have a 32" JVC of the same era and love it. It has given me no problems at all, and even though the price of a new "Tube" TV is extremely low, the picture quality isnt anywhere near as good as your old JVC. Personally, I would at least get an estimate to repair. Good luck....Rob

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