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Re: TV just shuts down, won't power up(D52W14)
Its located on the extreme left side of the chassis from behind and has a large red wire along with another wire coming out of it. You can get it for under 50 dollars at the following link and they provide free tech support on line so you can do the replacement yourself. heres the link http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
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The set actually has a "3 strikes and you are out design".
It will try three times and if fails shut the set down.
This model is prone to bad solder connections at and near the high voltage transformer---also to bad parts in that same area which include: the transformer, the sweep transistor near it, and the high voltage splitter block it feeds.
Typical high voltage transformer that is also called a FLYBACK.
replace the flyback 25296 and the CP150 and CP114 capacitor. You can get the flyback and the capacitors at the following link and they provide free installation instructions with pics so you can easially do the repair yourself. heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
Yes make sure you get correct flyback,call UED 1-800-648-6657 see if they have part; also are you sure that is what is wrong?Check capacitor cp150 2200uf 16 v see if it is ok or if it is bad this cap if bad will keep set from coming on,and if it is bad there is 2 other capacitors that need to be replaced also.
3 blinks means the flyback needs replacing. very easy repair. You can get a flyback at the following link for under 50.00 with free shipping and free tech support so you can install it yourself. You need flyback 259296 here is the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
The flybak for that model is available st the following link for about 50.00. They also supply free tech support and instalation instructions. The flyback is located on the extreme left of the chassis with the large red wire coming out of it and has another smaller red or white wire coming out of it. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
The smell of something burning is not a good sign. The clicking sound you are hearing could be a relay or breaker kicking in and out as a result of whatever is wrong.
This could be cause by:
1. A problem in the power supply.
2. A problem with the Horizontal Output Stage.
3. The Flyback transformer.
Someone gave me a TV once that had the same problem. I determined that it had a bad flyback transformer. I replaced the transformer and the TV worked about 5 secs before I saw some black smoke come out of the new flyback. I turned it off right away and realized that something else was bad that caused the original flyback to burn up. The same thing was causing the new flyback to go as well. It turned out to be a shorted, 50 cent hi-speed switching diode. Fortunately, because I had turned the set off quickly when the 2nd flyback started to smoke, once I replaced the diode, the TV was fixed.
If you want to get it working again, you'll need to have it serviced.
sounds like maybe a problem with the power supply (flyback) which is what im reading is a common problem with this model RCA.
here is a excerpt from a forum posting :
10756-48X on the label on the flyback,location number LL08(the thing with the red wires)That would be P/N 259296
If the label shows LL08 to be 10799-63X then the P/N would be
265409.Both about $40.00 from Vance Baldwin or Union Electronics.Use
the right one or you will have further problems.This should complete
sounds like you need to figure out which one you need and order it and will require some soldering. If you arent comfortable with soldering then you might save some money by ordering the right part and taking it to a repair shop to have them install it.