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Remote sensor board rca tv model p52928
Disconnect the board if you have a real working remote, set will work via the remote without that board---remote sensor is behind screen and above the board.
Words have a shadow effect about 1/2 inch above
You need to use the remote control and go into picture set up, to adjust the convergence settings. See your owners manual. If you can't adjust the picture back in then the convergence amplifiers are bad and will need replaced.
We bought an RCA tv off of someone and they had
-one thing for sure, ask the first owner if they remember the code to unlock the problem.
-why not try to call the service to reset it via the EPROM. this action will reset the system to its original state.
Replace (2) STK392-150s these are your convergence ics.
try unplugging and waiting over night and then repluging it in this will reset the computer
My tv want come on;
If your set is rear projection set you have a bad flyback transfromer or high voltage trippler is bad .
Non Responsive 35" RCA
You are going to have to check all of the small tact switches behind the push buttons in the front of the TV set. In the past, someone may have cleaned the picture tube and the liquid dripped down onto the switches and corroded them, or one is stuck closed or the remote sensor is bad. The best way to test this would be to replace the entire switch panel in the front of the TV set. Good Luck
The tv was probably on its way of failling as you put on the extra surge as plugging in a set is more of a current draw as the switching supply starts as does the sweep suppys for a split sec. Then goes into an idle state and that means its still running but waiting for power on command from the micro to start up the rest of the set. Now to your problem? HHHMMM could be the switching regulator as If my memory is correct there should be a regulator kit for a bad power supply. The only way to tell is knowing how to open set and trouble shooting the power supply by unsoldering the regulator to see if its shorted . If its not then the power supplys probably but not always good. Then i would disconnect the horizontal output to see if that was shorted and go from there. Good Luck
Video and Sound Going Out
Your problem could be the cable:
A. A weak signal coming from the cable company
B. A bad cable or connector within the house.
For the above, call the cable company and ask them to check the signal levels on your block. And, remove the plate where the cable comes out of the wall and look for shorted or bad wiring that may cause a weak signal.
Also, if you have another set in the house, connect it to the same cable outlet to see if it has similar audio blackouts.
Your problem could be the tv set itself, as well.
C. Go into the on-screen-display and make sure you are on stereo audio and NOT SAP. SAP settings are not to be used unless you are using the second language or audio program feature.
D. The sound detector inside the set could be defective. Which would require service.
So, the first thing to do is to determine exactly where the fault lies; inside the set or outside the set. Then attack the problem at hand.
If the set is defective internally, I think you will need a tv tech who can diagnose the problem; it must be tested and measured to find out the exact part (this set has over 3,000 compnent parts inside).
Model LED32B30RQ need 4 digit code to program universal remote. RCA TV
The 4-digit code to program a universal remote to work with a RCA LED32B30RQ TV model is likely to be one of the following:
11447 11758 11442
To program the universal remote to work with the RCA LED32B30RQ TV:
- Turn on the TV
- Press and hold the "Setup" button on the universal remote until the "TV" button blinks twice.
- Press the "TV" button on the remote.
- Enter the 4-digit code for your TV using the number buttons on the remote.
- Press the "Power" button on the remote. The TV should turn off.
- Press the "Setup" button again to lock in the code.
If the TV does not turn off after entering the code, please try the other codes listed above. If none of the codes work, you may need to refer to the universal remote manual or contact the manufacturer for further assistance.
Note: The method to program the universal remote may vary depending on the remote brand and model
55' polaroid tv & rca universal remote I can put code in for the menu to show up & it won't let me program reset or scan for channels or change cable to antenna nothing what am I doing wrong
It sounds like you may be having trouble programming your RCA universal remote to work with your 55" Polaroid TV. There are a few things you can try to troubleshoot the issue:
- Make sure you are using the correct code for your TV. RCA universal remotes come with a list of codes for different brands of TVs, so you will need to refer to the instructions for your remote to find the correct code for your TV.
- Try manually inputting the code. Some universal remotes require you to manually enter the code for the device you are trying to control, rather than using the automatic search function. Refer to your remote's instructions for more information on manual code entry.
- Check the batteries in your remote. Weak or dead batteries can cause issues with remote functionality.
- Check if the remote is in the correct mode for the device you are trying to control. Some universal remotes have multiple modes for controlling different types of devices, such as TV mode, DVD mode, etc.
- Check if you have the right remote for your TV, if not, try to find the right remote.
If none of these troubleshooting steps work, you may need to contact the manufacturer of your TV or the manufacturer of your universal remote for further assistance.
Rca tv pld50a45rq tv screen has a shadow on the left side
If your RCA PLD50A45RQ television has a shadow on the left side of the screen, it may be caused by a problem with the internal hardware of the TV. Here are a few things you can try to fix the issue:
- Check the cable connections on the back of the TV to ensure that all cables are securely plugged in. This could be the problem if the cables are loose or not properly connected.
- Check the settings on the TV to make sure that the picture is not being stretched or distorted in any way. This can cause a shadow on one side of the screen.
- Check the TV for any physical damage to the screen. If the screen is cracked or damaged, it can cause a shadow on one side of the screen.
- Check the backlight of the screen, if it is not working properly, it can cause a shadow on one side of the screen.
- If you have tried the above steps and the problem persists, it may be best to contact RCA customer service or a technician for further assistance.
- It is also possible that the problem is with the T-con board or the LCD panel, in this case, it is best to consult a technician to check the TV and possibly replace the damaged component.
It's important to note that if the shadow is persistent and appears even when the TV is turned off, it could be a hardware issue that requires service or repair.
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