Question about RCA D52W19 52" Rear Projection Television

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Capasitor ok i had a problem of the power light flashing 3 times then turn off for 2 min..then it would do the same.fixed that by changing the cap.but mean while i had pulled cap to get # off of it .when i got new one week later i replaced it and tv came on.but now the blue flashes across screen.my question is the markings on cap.look different than orig.if i put in wrong polarity would this cause this or do i have another problem?

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  • bubba Jun 09, 2008

    ok the caps it said to replace it with is 2200uf 16v 105 13x26 radial
    part # htrl16v2200 is this the right one for the D52W19 52 in? or would that cause the blue tube or light to flash like a strobe light? thanks!

  • jose_luis_av Jan 20, 2009

    Does any one have a pictucre of the capacitor or exactly where is located on a d52w19b? Thanks

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If you had put cap in wrong it would have blew up.also it must be same micro uf. 100uf 50 volts you can use 100uf 100 volts.

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