RCA F27450 27" TV - Page 2 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


hi,
this is a coman problum.
this is a pin.amp scaction problum. it is not expancive pls.fix this problum with NR.tv.techincean esyly.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Nov 16, 2009 | 136 views


These are the RGB inputs which connect in to give direct Red, Green, Blue inputs from one source to another, they will give a better quality of picture.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Nov 11, 2009 | 112 views


Tries 1-800-Factory remotes originals Website.
U get same as the original remote.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Aug 17, 2009 | 564 views


  • Hi, thank you for visit fix ya.
Do you have problems with tact switch controls ( power, vol+,ch+...).
Located in the panel front tv.
Go to, for parts:
http://www.encompassparts.com/tritronics//
Replace all and you will repair your tv.
Thank you

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Jul 27, 2009 | 160 views


There is a problem in electrolytic capacitors, probably the 300V one in the primary section of the power supply.
You should measure if there is a stable 300 V available in the primairy section...

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Jul 07, 2009 | 68 views


well not good try to call factory see what they suggest okay i woul say take to repair shop they
can replace that eeprom or chip its goona cost little bit to fix that frustrating problem okay good luck shad

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on May 03, 2009 | 55 views


this is a very old problem.
dont break that tv. the amplifier is not working.
change the audio amplifier IC in your tv
okay

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Apr 30, 2009 | 99 views


the output of an amplifier sound pass through a jack. this jack has a change over contact springs.
also test the speaker resistance.
also check the AV cables resistance.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Apr 30, 2009 | 66 views


the verticle is over amplifying, check the capacitors around that stage.
check if on your verticle you have a pre set to reduce the voltage going to the scan coil.

if you cant do it take that set to a w/shop.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Apr 30, 2009 | 98 views


first check a switch contacts, that switch has two make contacts in side it. if the switch is okay, then check a power supply dry joints on it.
or a dry joint on the line out put transistor, or a line transformer legs.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Apr 30, 2009 | 119 views


I emailed the company directly for my problem. they gave me a support number at no charge to call and have tech support. will have my hearing daughter call when she gets home.

Nice to have someone willing to help without charging for information.

Sorry to have bothered you on your website.

Had I known it was going to cost me money, I would NOT have posted.

bar345ing

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Apr 10, 2009 | 33 views


You need to remove the tuner from the main circuit board, resolder the cable connector to the metal tuner case, and resolder the connection inside the tuner from the connector center tab to the tuner circuit board.

Removing the tuner requires "solder wick," a copper braid that soaks up the solder as it melts so it can be freed from the board.

Resoldering the connector to the tuner case requires high heat from a soldering gun to get it hot enough fast enough to make the connection. A regular soldering iron won't do the trick.

If the connector has been broken off completely, replacements are available from a couple of on-line vendors (I use a company call MCM Electronics www.mcminone.com.)

If you are not comfortable with electronic soldering and working on TV's, you might want to get an estimate from a shop for this repair. It should be under $100, depending on the shop's rate.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Dec 10, 2008 | 67 views


Pry the black cover off the top where the buttons are (make sure tv is unplugged), then take circuit board out (remove ribbon cable first) and get it replaced.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Sep 23, 2008 | 73 views


Good day.

Check to the fuse on the power source. It might be blown.


Regards,


chris

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Aug 18, 2008 | 158 views


Good day.

Check for loose contacts along the horizontal circuit of the unit.


Regards,


chris

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Aug 18, 2008 | 29 views


Good day.

Try to look at the rear side of your unit if there are manual switches there to restore you view to normal settings. if none, refer the issue to a qualified repairman.


Regards,


chris

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Sep 14, 2008 | 111 views


Good day.

Your problem points out to the TAC switches of your unit. Better have those pulled out and be replaced.


Regards,


chris

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Aug 18, 2008 | 78 views


Good day.

Try to check for loose contacts along the tv's circuitry. Also, check if you outlet is loose.


Regards,


chris

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Aug 18, 2008 | 38 views


Usually when the satellite company installs the dish, they wire it to uour TV (via the box). This is usually all included as part of the installation package. Also, since the companies are competitive, many times installation is free with the contract. I would let them worry about all wireing.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Jul 24, 2008 | 128 views


I called RCA about this and first was told that it was my cable company till I told the rep that it does this even when I unhook the cable. I was then told that I could take it in to get it fixed and that even it it was a bad part on their end that I could end up paying for it as if might be the pictue tube or the screen. Guess this will be the last RCA that I ever buy again.

RCA F27450 27"... | Answered on Jun 10, 2008 | 537 views

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