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I HAVE SOUND FROM MY TV BUT NO PICTURE . WHERE IS THE FUSE BOX LOCATED AND WHAT FUSE SIZE.

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My RCA L46WD22 TV turns on but there is no picture or sound, just "unusable signal" message.


This is a very common problem with these models.
The problem is a fuse that has blown, if the following is true:
No Video on any input BUT HDMI and
No Audio at all.
Purchase a fuse, these are freaking tiny from digitalkey.com or mouser.com F1455ct-nd
Pull the back off of your unit
Pull the cover off of the PCB housing. It is the box that contains the hook ups including the cable tuner.
The silver box that you screw the cable to is where you begin to look for this fuse.
About two inches behind this silver box is some numbers printed on the board 7c32 and partially obscured will be 1c33
Using a big magnifier look next to the numbers listed above, you should see a tiny rectangle fuse with an F on it.
This F fuse is a 500ma fuse that is too small for the load
The fuse listed above will have a G on it. It is a 750ma fuse.
Call the repair shops in your area, tell them that you know the problem, have the part and you want to know how much the bench time and labor will be to repair your unit.

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I can't switch the picture size. When i hit the pic size button, it tells me it's not available. I tried changing the pic size with the tv/video input on our dvd, but it won't change it when its on out hd...


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I'm getting a great picture with my converter box, but no sound.


This may sound like a rediculous thing to ask you to do, but I've seen these types of things happen.

With the antenna to the box and the box to the antenna port on the TV setup, go into the TV menu - audio section and make sure that the speaker is set to 'ON'. Also, make sure that 'SAP' mode is not on.

Try plugging headphones in the headphone jack and see if you get audio there.

You should also check the instructions for your digital box to see if there is any audio modes that may need adjusting.

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No picture


Pull the front cover off at the bottom. You will see a panel which has to be removed using a screw driver. Inside you will see the lamp assembly. It is a removable box. The lamp can be changed out by just changing out the connections on the new lamp. Before you pull it though try reducing your picture size to 4:3 it helped us to get a little more life out of our lamp.

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NO PICTURE OR SOUND


Hello mtf420ak,

I do not believe this is a problem with a fuse since by your experiment both fuses are good. Now put the fuse back in and if there is still no picture and no sound we can assume that the problem might be some other component on the power supply board, and or the High voltage section because this sounds like a shutdown circuit problem. If it is a shut down circuit problem the section that might be malfunctioning would be the High voltage section of the TV. I would suggest that you let a qualified TV technician troubleshoot and repair this television. I say this because this is not a simple problem, this is an issue that requires a knowledge of electronics and TV repair.

I hope this helps

Shuttle83
http://www.electron-age-technologies-llc.com

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Size of the picture decreased


If this only happens with your cable or satellite box this may be an adjustment in your box. So you may need to contact them and find out how to adjust the picture size. This tv may have a wide mode setting on the tv remote. Pushing this button may select full,wide,wide zoom or normal size. On many occasions the tv stations control the picture size. Good Luck

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Lost picture and sound On Samsung HCN653W Rear Projection TV


If the picture is reduced in size all the way around, then you are looking at a power supply issue. That would also explain it shutting down.

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No power


Brand, and size please? Most problems come from either the power supply, or deflection circuits.

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