Question about RCA 35V432T 35" TV
I have an RCA 35V432T 35" TV, about 10 months old. The power and other buttons on the front panel don't work (have verified that child lock isn't activated). The remote works but only within about five feet of the set. Just a few weeks ago everything was fine; remote worked from 15 feet. I've checked to ensure that no new electrical interference has been introduced (eg invisible dog fence) and no other electrical appliances are malfunctioning, so I don't suspect a lightening strike. I also bought another remote and found that it too works only up to five feet. Perplexed, so any insight will be helpful.
Iv'e got the same problem. I'm not sure what to do, I think im just going to get a new stereo. The CD player has gone bad to. That doesn't leave much of a stereo left.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
I don't have the solution, but the same problem w/ my RCA,and the solutions seem to skirt the issue, the problem wasn't with the remote other than the op.range. The problem was the inop. front panel buttons, and I am also eagerly waiting for a solution that might help our issue! Thanks! no disrespect intended!--DrDave
Posted on Jul 30, 2006
The fact that the front panel buttons dont wprk is an indication that theres a control problem. could be a low b+ going to the processor or something such as an leaky or stuck button. But your still gonna need a tech. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 04, 2006
I assume you tried changing to known good batteries. It's been known for people to get what they think are fresh batteries but they are old ones left lying around. If you've changed remotes did you put your old batteries in it too? If you are using new batteries then there must be a fault with the receiver which is a tech job. Oh Yes, make sure the receiver's window is clean. Over zealous wives can leave cleaner spray in the window and that can cause problems. BMW
Posted on Jun 04, 2006
SOURCE: FPA Locked ON
Most RCA and GE TV sets use a four digit code to control the v-chip. The code reset procedure is different depending on the model. Try each method until you find one that works:
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
yeah the blinks will tell u the culprit..basically cold solder,or bad vertical ic.but u need prof tech to help u fix that..hope this help..yhanks
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
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