I have a 5 year old RCA RT2400R that will not power on. The standby light is lit on the power button and there are no signs of burned up components inside the case. I have had it to two different repair shops and gotten two different answers. The authorized RCA place said the trouble was "bad solder" which was affected by heat. The other place said the problem is a faulty control processor.
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Hi! Hope this will give hint... I understand some televisions nowadays are fully controlled using remote but there is always a standby power button for the television remote function. If the there is no power after turning on using the standby power button please check power cables, supplies and fuses. If the television has a standby power waiting the remote to act on but no response after pushing the remote's power button check the battery and its contact. Goodluck.
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