Question about RCA F36665 36" TV
I have an 8yr old RCA tube type TV model F36665. Every morning about the same time, it turns itself on. There is no internal timer for this, only a sleep timer. I've unplugged it for several days and plugged it in and it still does it. Can it be associated with a power surge of some sort? It just started happening.
SOURCE: tv will not power up
no reset button ,sorry. The problem you describe is pretty common with this model as its a fault in the horizontal drive circuit or in the main power supply and without the proper service manual as well as the prober tools and equipment this set its not gonna get fixed. there are no panels or user changable boards as it is a solid state set. ptscorp.com could repair this board or exchange it with a referbished board but it would still requir some adjustment that a user may not be able to handle. time to call the pro.. Sorry couldnet help ya more.. Good Luck.
Posted on May 24, 2006
SOURCE: RCA Television D52W14
The first thing in this unit is to check the ribbon cable that goes from the front control panel to the back ssb board, I would unplug and replug to make sure seated properly. Then try it again. There are alot of screws to take out but worth it if this solves the problem.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
SOURCE: TV turns on & off
Exterior equipment attached to a standard tv cannot cause the set to switch on/off by itself.
I think you may have a power supply fault or else loose solder connections on the board, hence the "warming up" intro before the fault shows itself.
My suggestion would be a service technician if you are not familiar with electronics or TV's. Regards, JUS004
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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