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The eeprom is bad. It holds memory for the micro...it is the micro's ram card so to speak. OR, you have horizontal problems that RCA's are know to have. Google your sets model or chassis # and the words "dead set". You will get plenty of info to help you.Good luck!!
It sounds that you are talking about the video amplifier board and the other part is called the "yoke". Can you provide me with the exact model and chassis number of your TV to find a part supplier that carries those RCA parts.
Click on "publications ordering" (in the list on the lefthand side of the homepage) Click the box for service information. Enter the model number (or click the chassis button and enter the chassis number).
In the list of documents you can purchase for $40 ESIATC32X -- the service manual on CD for your set.
This disk will have the info you need.
If you do decide to purchase it (and I highly reccommend you do so), send me the alignment chapter and I would be happy to post it for others who have the same set on my homepage.
The F25261TX3 is a 25 inch set that uses the CTC185 series chassis. The 2 most common causes for the set not turning on are a corrupt EPROM and a bad regulator or resistor in the main power supply. This is also the chassis notorious for cracks on the shields around the tuner and microprocessor which causses the EPROM to go corrupt. These are relatively easy and simple things to correct, but the set should be serviced and modified by a qualified tech familiar with that RCA chassis.