Question about RCA 27F530T 27" TV
The fault you reports indicates some voltage problems inside it itsef. Check first, for any loose plug in point on your wall power socket. if it all found ok, there will be some loose soldering contacts inside your TVs power inverter section. This is a common fault for all TVs including plasma ones. Usually, loose soldering points are very difficult to locate, as they will be microscopic. The only way to overcome this, is to resolder all the suspected points, especially solder terminals of high wattage resistor, and the regulator device. Resolder most of that points by applying a little more solder, without shorting the adjecent solder points. you must have a concept of soldering to do this job. some knowledge in electronics also is necessary. The most important are confidence and patience. If you have these, do it after open your Tv. You will get sucess. OK.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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