Question about RCA F36676ET 36" TV

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Hi guys top of the day to you all; i have a 36" rca tv that just shut down now when I turn it on it only make two or three cliking sound but does not comes on.

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A common cause is a failure in the horizontal output stage. I have had a defective flyback transformer cause this.

Also, when the flyback fails it sometimes takes out the horizontal output transistor and some other parts with it. It is possible that the power supply has some damage from the failure.

Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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Power button flashes .


Hello,

Check Horizontal output transistor.
Dont forget to Rate!

Good Luck
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RCA 36 inch ---channels keep changing


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Thin Red Lines on Top of Screen


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T V Shuts off by itself, after a couple of minutes.


Hi there,
here is some tips for ur TV which blinks 4 time.
1 Probable
Cause
Location


Solution • +13V is not supplied.
(A Board)
• IC503 voltage list is faulty.
(A Board)

Detected
Symptoms


• Has entered standby state
Solution after horizontal raster.
•Vertical deflection pulse is
stopped.
•Power line is shorted or power
supply is stopped.


this info must remady ur problem.

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F36650


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