This is a large black wood box frame RCA rear projector 52' screen tv. I turned it off by remote one night and the next day would not come back on. I checked the fuses and lamps which looked fine. the on and off button in the front still works fine but no power will come on. I can't seem to find the reset button or switch if there's one.
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I will assume it does this no matter what the input is, It sounds like the board that controls the projection lamps is causing them to misfire? Or light up out of order in rapid succesion? you will probably need to have the TV serviced, or at least an estimate, so you canfigure out exactly what part has gone bad,( hard to tell sometimes when were not there), but be carefull if you decide to service it yourself.
You have a bad high voltage transformer. It is the white square device about 3inch square with large red wire coming out. Must be replaced with RCA original NO GENERIC. Also the horizontal output transistor must be checked to see if it is good. Recommend honest qualified tv repairman
You are likely to have a high voltage transformer bad which is common problem for ctc 195 RCA If you look into the back of the tv it is the white square looking thing about 3 inches across by 3 inches with the large red wire coming from it and going back into the set. Must have original RCA part and must be unsoldered and solder in new one. Not to be done by the untrained. Average cost to come out and repair is $250 to $300. depending on the repairman (Note: the chassis is in a complete wooded chipcore box that will come out with quarter inch nutdriver and unplug two plugs at the top of the box The box or chassis can be taken to the repair shop leaving the screen at your home saving a service call. Hope this helps