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Most likly a poor or cold solder connection. it could also be a problem in the sweep regulation circuit. Im telling you the longer you wait to have it fixed , its going to cost you more in the future as it will make other parts go bad, with all the surging thatsd going on when it turns on and off.
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This seems to be a problem in the Power Supply I would think. Either that or a fault that is overloading the PSU.
This means a trip to the repair shop.
Make sure ya get a firm "Quote" for tha fix before proceeding.
I have been having the exact same problem. I tried contacting RCA customer support, which forwarded me to Audiovox customer support and their reply was that they don't handle the RT2760 model number.. they gave me another phone number to call, but it's the weekend and I got the "our offices are closed" message. Anyway, does anybody have any idea what's going on with our units?