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Im having trouble with my GE D52GW12 HDTV. it just started turning off on me and there a pop sound coming out of my speaker at the same time it turns off,,,someone told me that the bulb is bad..ived tryed to find one and i havnt been able to find one or dose anyone know if its the bulb doing it,,any help is needed

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One of your picture tube is arcing..bad tube. need to identify and replace.

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ON our GE D52GW12 52" AFTER TURNING TV ON IT


Try resoldering the flyback transformers connections on the board. Its very common for the flyback pins to develope cracks around the pins which can cause that issue. I would check that first with that model.

Jun 13, 2011 | GE D52GW12 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready...

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My tv attemps to turn on sound starts but when picture starts the system turns off.GE model d52gw12


This set shares the same chassis as some of the RCA models so More than likely a problem with the Horizontal deflection or the flyback transformer. Its not really something that the average person should take on and without the proper test equipment you could do more damage than good. But thats a starting point.

Aug 13, 2009 | GE D52GW12 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready...

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GE D52GW12 turns off


I have the same problem, what the heck. it's over for it

Jun 09, 2008 | GE D52GW12 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready...

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Audio


Source is ? ...........Cable box ? = check red and white audio
output hook-up to red and white input hook-up on back of tv...

Check audio selections in menu = select stereo, not SAP

Check speaker wiring to one that's out..........

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Dec 23, 2007 | GE D52GW12 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready...

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Flashing


Pop and flash meaning that the picture turns on and off? Many people's tv eventually just turns off all together. Furthermore, if you notice a crackling sound, it isn't just the sound of the tv turning off, it is the sound of sparks and flames emitting from the back of the television. Take notice of this as it is a fire hazzard. If you do notice this, please report the problem to the consumer product safety commision. I beleieve this common problem with large sparks and flames warrants a recall.

https://www.cpsc.gov/cgibin/incident.aspx

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