Question about Projection Televisions
SOURCE: RCA Home Theatre TV
Have you checked the fuse? If the fuse is good you have a problem with the power supply which can be repaired. You would need a service manual for the power supply. But that would be a lot cheaper than having it repaired by a shop. Power supply problems usually run about 400 to 600 in a repair shop. When often it is a 20.00 part. If I can assist you further please let me know.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
It sounds to me that you may have a cold solder joint ( loose connection on the board ). I suggest you remove the board ( or seek professional assistance ) and solder any loose connections that you may find. That may correct the problem. Good Luck.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2008
no parts from a pioneer wont work. There are roughly 4 regulators for the power supply maybe 5. The sad thing is they cost between 7 and 20.00 , he didnt happen to mention which power supply was affected did he? You would have to check the various regulators out of circuit to determine which one is bad. If its a F.E.T they are hard to check without the proper equipment.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
Sounds like something else in the power supply. The surge inrush current could have blown the bridge rectifier. (device which changes AC to a pulsating DC for the power supply). You may need to have the power supply serviced or replaced.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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