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Loud hum when attempting to turn on my RCA F27628 27"TV

TV has been slow to turn on during the last few weeks. Occasionally will turn itself off. Tried to turn it on and a fairly loud hum (not sure of loaction), then a pop. The picture or sound did not come on.

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Could be that the main b+ filter Capacitor went bad and blew up. Also could have been the horizontal output transistor shorted and the flyback poped. In eather case it would be recommended that you take this set into a repair shop unless your familar with HV circuits in tv sets. Good Luck

Posted on Jun 10, 2006

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