Question about RCA 32V420T 32" TV
TV does not need to be on for this to happen. Woke up at 4am to the sound of popping and arcing- the TV was off at the time, probabley lucked out that I didn't burn the house down with family in it. Is this something I can handle? I'm a mechanic, and a so-so handy man. Could this be an easy fix or should I throw it on the garbage heap? Thanks
Normally an arc or snap like that is coming from the anode cap that attaches to the top center of the crt. The voltage there is upwards of 25k so be VERY careful if you're going to inspect this for any faults. If it is the cap leaking unplug the set and take a piece of wire attached to a screw driver with the other end of the wire attached to the grounding cable around the outer edge of the crt. Gently undo the cap from the crt and allow the blade to sit in the well for a period of time to discharge the crt completely.
Next get some HV putty, sold at most electronics distributors like Mouser and form a small ring with it. Place it around the well hole in the crt and replace the anode cap pressing firmly to seal the edges of the cap to the crt. With the back still off plug the unit in and see if that's cured the problem.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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