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RCA D52W19 The power light comes on three times and it makes a noise but the tv does not come on I have the same problem except the TV is RCA60W20

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  • TonyPA Jul 13, 2008

    I ordered the Flyback Transformer (RCAFlyback Transformer 259296) based on prior discussions you had with other clients. I see there is a red wire and black wire going to this unit and want instructions on proper removal and reconnection of these wires to the new transformer. If you could, please provide direction for properinstallation of the transformer. Thanks.

  • TonyPA Jul 13, 2008

    The pins and soldering I understand. My concern is how the (2) wires are connected in the top of the unit. They do not pull out easily and I do not want to force anything. Any suggestions?



    I also noticed your prior response questioning if it is the Flyback transformer. I obtained this info. from reader other responses on your site. If there is some other troubleshooting I should try that may be easier to rule out than replacing the transformer, please let me know. Thanks.

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3 times means a convergence problem on many tv set, I will check exact codes on your RCA.

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  • Ginko
    Ginko Jul 13, 2008

    Hmm.. How did you know it was the Flyback transformer? Did you test it? Here are instructions for testing it.
    I will see if I can find wiring diagrams or replacing instructions for your model


  • Ginko
    Ginko Jul 13, 2008

    Moreover flyback transformer is a high-voltage unit that connects directly onto the back of
    your TV tube and controls the electron beam that draw the picture, its replacement and installation requires precision soldering and working on parts that can give a strong electric discharge, even after TV had been disconnected from power.This kind of job should be done only by an expert repairman.



  • Ginko
    Ginko Jul 13, 2008

    To replace the flyback yo should remove solder from all pins and then press the clips holding the transformer.
    When replacing it be careful with the tube, the smallest crack in the tube is sufficient to cause a strong implosion.
    Leave TV disconnected from power for over one hour before working on it.


  • Ginko
    Ginko Jul 13, 2008

    After replacing flyback transformer you will need to do again alignment procedure, here is how.

  • Ginko
    Ginko Jul 13, 2008

    My last suggestion is to buy service manual, that will contain all diagrams to replace the flyback transformer. I think its consultation will be helpful, if not mandatory in your case.
    Regards

  • Ginko
    Ginko Jul 13, 2008

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