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you will need to replace FL231, DL231 and CL230 all located on the deflection board . You can get replacements at the following link with free instructions on how to do the repair. the parts are all listed under the RCA parts category. Heres the link http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
convergence issues. i see this alot at the shop. i first suggest you read the article i wrote on the fl231 problem in my profile under tips and tricks. this might be a simple inexpensive repair. if this dont apply or help let me know and i see what i can do
what is the issue? The flyback is the transformer that generates the high voltage needed for the picture tubes. the itc222 rca chasis can have problems with flyback but they are notoruis to trouble shoot. if if it is you flyback then you will possible have other issue like the horizontal ouput transistor. I work with these alot here at the shop. what is set doing .. does the led flash .. give me some more information and lets see if we can fix this
This is what known as a convergence problem. First question is in your setup menu do you have a convergence option.. if you do then do you have any control in that mode does the crosshars move up and down and side to side... if you dont then you have a convergence power supply issue.. if you do it could be a setup issue. IF you do not have convergence in your setup menu then it possiblely be a special fuse.. and bad electrical connections. so let me know and ill see if we can narrow it down further
This has happened to me twice. We had the warranty and thank God we did. The problem is in a $7 transistor and you probably need to call a repair shop. They worked on ours and it took about 20 minutes to replace the transistor. They take out the bad one and soder in the new one on the circut board inside the back of the tv. The total cost was nothing for us because of the warranty, but it came to $385 for labor and stuff. Again, this happened twice, one year to the date from one another. The repair guy finally installed a different brand of transistors and it's been fine since. He said that RCA makes some terrible transistors and he will not use them again. Try and get the repair person to use a non-rca brand transistor, because it will more than likely happen again if he don't.
if the idicator light flashes this indicates a processor shutdown. first thing a customer can do is uplug for 30 min and try again. This never works i must admit but it eliminate the processor lockup chance. Now if it still does this then you have a problem the processor has detected a cuircit failure and shut the set down for safety. This also tells you it not a "FUSE" since the procesor is getting power. The processor generates a error log that can be read by a technician and a computer. other than that all i can offer is check for loose connection and if you have any technician experence alway check horizontal output transitor. BE CAREFULL TELEVISION GENERATED DANGEROUS AND POTETIAL LETHAL VOLTAGES