After a lighting storm something popped in the tv and would not power up again. When you push the power button it will make a clicking sound twice. On each tube there is a green light that lights up on each click. Looking at the front of the tv the sound is from the right back side. Not sure which panel. Let me know what ya think.
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Re: rca p46771at won't come on post lighting.
Have you tryed to unplug for a whiloe and plugging back in again.. if tha6t dosent work, something most likly in the power suppply blew out from a power surge.. if your not a tech or have TV experience it would be best to leave this to a pro. Too much Hi Voltage inside these sets to fool around with and do any experimenting! good luck
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what caused the inital problem was a surge of energy caused by the storm. the exact problem, i don't know but it may just be that some of the power cord(including the power cord wires on the of the TV) wires have blown
That's because somehow the lightening caused a fault in the power board. Ypu can try an unplug for 2 hrs and then reconnect and start again If that dosn't work you will require intevention to replace the power supply
yes, take the back off, and follow the power cord. You will see a fuse in the board.You have the same problem as I have. I replaced my fuse, and plugged it back in, It made a sizzling sound and blew the fuse again.Maybe you will have better luck, with your set good luck rob
Have you tryed to unplug for a while and plugging back in again.. Ff that dosent work, something most likly in the power suppply blew out from a power surge.. if your not a tech or have TV experience it would be best to leave this to a pro. Too much Hi Voltage inside these sets to fool around with and do any experimenting! good luck