Question about RCA 32V550T 32" TV
I just recently inherited a tv from my cousin and it is a 36in RCA (old school tv). Once I hooked the tv up with the coaxial cable I had picture and sound. After about 10 minutes I lost the picture and the screen had horizontal lines appearing sporadically. For some reason, the tv then did not recognize the channels that my cable provider offers. I shut the tv off for about an hour and tried watching the tv again. When it fired up, the picture and audio were there again. Also I was able to go up and down the channels with the remote. After about 20 minutes the picture started to become uneasy and started to turn into the horizontal lines I saw earlier. I feel like my tv is losing picture for some reason and I have no idea why this is happening. Is there something I can order to have installed to fix this problem? Any suggestions please help!
The ITC008 chassis is commonly riddled with poor solder connections. Good soldering station, patience and some good light and magnification and you might be able to fix it... Or you could spend a few dollars and run it into the shop and have a tech do it! It's not an expensive repair.
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