Question about RCA D52W20 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
It turns on screen lights up blue and then it just shuts off after being on for about 3-5 secs the light flashes on the power button what the heck is going on and can it be easily repaired with limited supplies and no experience on tv hardware
I work on alot of these itc222 here at the shop. The can be a problem. Usally what you describe is what is called a processor or safety shutdown. the processor has detected a problem and shut it down rather that cause a fire. Now here we have a special computer that we plug in an read errors much like a car has. that gets a tech started. THe first thing you can assume is it is not a fuse. the set is getting power. the first thing you can do is leave set unplug for about 30 minutes then try again. ( i personally never seen this work). the percent of problems will be the horizontal ouput transistor or the flyback transformer or both. But if your not a tech dont mess with that. WARNING this set generates potentially lethal voltages that remain even after set is unpluged. so my best advice is to get a tech or get a set these set in general repairs run 300 to 500 to fix
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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