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Sounds like the capacitors on the deflection power board CP150, CP120 and CP114 they are famous for failing in all versions of the ITC222 chassis. You can get the repair kit by that same name from www.tvrepairworld.com the kit has the caps and the cd with repair instructions
Is the convergence adjustment option still listed on the on screen menu or has it disappeared? Thats a very easy chassis to repair so let me know if the option has disappeared or not and I can asssist you with how to fix it.
Do you hear a click when you try to power it up? If no you may have a blown fuse. But if the fuse is blown chances are a short has caused that condition. Check the fuse to see if its blown and let me know and I will try to help you out with it.
there is an inherant problem with rca tv's
they are not vented properly as far as im concerned
right in front of the fly back is a small part in mine it is grey i think it's a resister
when i took the back off i saw that it was sparking on 1 end ( wholy chit ) scared the **** out of me
if your chip is sparking try this fix if not turning on or no pic look inside and look for burns vthere a tell tale sign of over heating
what i did was crazzy but it worked
i took the stupid chip off by pulling on it what the puck it was screwed any how
then took it to my local electronics store they tested it and told me it was fine just had to but a new 1 since i broke a pin on 1 end
nothing grinding down ends of the case and adding some wire to the pins so i had somthing to solder to
the i re soldered the thing back to the board dam thing was trickey but as long as you are smart and gentl and for god sake un plug the set there is 600 volts inside if not more that can kill you near this chip
it now works fine my 52 inch tv has cost me $7.00 in gas and about 3 hours of time
what i noticed was that the chip over heated at the solder joint and burnt the hole bigger so i soldered and wired to the next conection and re soldered it carefully i did not remove or un plug any thing i just remeoved the board from it's slide mount and carrefully tiped t of only poping 2 conections witch were easy 2 put back on the tv is great it just hates running for 6 monthes at a time hell you shut off your $500.00 computer every once and a while dont you ???
then why would you not shut off your 2000 dollar tv every day
well hope this helps all or at least some of us who cant afford a high priced repair person to show up and tell us it will be 3-400 to fix but they will give us 50.00 for the old chasie and fix it and re sell it for 500 in a refurb tv store like factory direct in canada