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It sounds that there is some arcing takes place inside it. High voltage arcing will produce and Ozone smell. Contact any TV technician. Never use this set at this condition. It might lead to more fault to internal circuit components.
for sure your tv has power as indicated by your flyback hissing it also indicates leaking high voltage that might destroyed your vertical or any other parts near your flyback ,the flyback itself should be replaced for its high voltage arcing can ruin so many components
there is loose contact on the high voltage section in your tv.what you are going to do is open it,and reheat with soldering iron and a piece of soldering lead the video chroma section and the high voltage section,near the flyback
two common problems with RCA TV's. It sounds like your flyback is going on you. There is probably a hole and it is arcing off a cap/ or something.
You can order a new one or you can try and find where it is arcing by taking the back and looking at it in the dark to see where the arc is coming from. If you can find it try using a plastic epoxy to fill the hole
You apparently have a high voltage arc.
Possibly the anode lead to your picture tube.
Also the flyback transformer could be arcing.
If you're not experience with tv repair, you need to have a tech check it for you. The circuits operate at very high voltage and if you get into it you can get a possibly fatal electrical shock.
Be careful !!!
Sounds like you have a high voltage arc if the sound is not coming through the speakers.
Possibly the high voltage leads are not pushed in all the way. Be careful! Make sure the set is off and you may also want to ground these leads before you touch them. Youcan get a nasty shock if you don't.