I have an RCA projection TV - model P61940. The TV no longer turns on at all. I checked the small fuse at the back where the AC wire terminates and it is not blown. Any suggestions as to what this may be ?
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as to your question if it's worth keeping most of these sets have fantastic pictures and are still out there working away . however that's a personal call if your ready for a new set .
its most likely a fly-back transformer its most likely a high voltage splitter block that has failed its accessible from the front behind the speaker grill and a center door its part no is 240619 and can be tricky in getting the wires back in so there is no arcing from the high voltage if you have to call a repairman expect around a 200 repair bill
No,check for loose FBT-flyback tranformer connections a big black block of a plastic with a wire to a board section call highvoltage deflction board area.Useally the FBT is dead,require replacing and trouble shoot the deflection board area for other dead parts.Get quote prices from shops.Must hire a tv Tech. must do alot trouble shooting and replacing components.
first check all fuses they are small, square ,RED and can be confused with the square small caps. the sizzling is prob. the flyback transformer (what the h.v. wires from each tube plugs into) if you are only getting green then tv shuts down or is dead now. i would replace any bad fuses and replace the flyback transformer. also make sure you do a very good visual inspection of all the boards.