Question about RCA D52W20 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I've built several electronic pieces throughout the years. I even made an O2/Fuel meter that retails for @$200. I built 2 for about $11. (A little more considering I bought several resistors, IC chip sockets, boards, and LED's- Was going to make a lot of them- plus, cheaper in bulk) Like I was saying, based on the research on the net, it appears the RCA flyback is bad. I desoldered it and noticed the discolorations on the flyback and a gray/brown area off center on the board where it was attached. As a kid, I used to fix cordless phones (one of which had the board broken IN HALF). I'm also familiar with the use/operations of diodes, resistors, capacitors, transformers, reprogramming automotive PCM's (made my own "dump" program for reprogramming EECIV Ford by using two trashed computers for their plugs and making a J4 to do it) and a lot more. When it comes to TV's and how to make them work- yeah, I don't have an overall understanding why mine will not come on. That's particularly the reason I posted in the first place-
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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