Question about RCA D52W19 52" Rear Projection Television
I have a 52" RCA HDTV. When it was working right, I would push the power button on the remote, and the power light on the tv would come on and flicker for a few seconds, and the tv would come on.
Now, when I push the power button, either on the tv, or the remote, the power light will flicker like it should, then go out for a few seconds, the power light will come back on for a couple of seconds, go out again, then come on again for a few seconds, go out, and not come on again, and the tv does not power up.
I push the power button again, and it goes thru the same sequence without the tv powering up.
I do this several times, and the tv will finally come on, but it will have the rolling screen for the first 5-10sec, then everything normal.
After the tv has been on a while, and I turn it off, I can hit the power button, and it powers right up.
Any ideas? Can I fix it myself, or is it time for a new tv?
Do you have the convergence option in the customer setup menu? IF YOU DO NOT consult the tips and tricks section of this website for the article ' "The fl231 fuse problem" If you do then it will need some more trouble shooting
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: my rca 52'' flat screen tv
It sounds like your TV needs to be aligned. There should be a menu item in your setup menu called "Alignment". Once you choose this the system will either automatically align itself, or the screen will display a graphic that will allow you to align the guns manually. Normally you will move either up or down or side to side until 2 separate lines look like one.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
You should call a few TV Repair shops. They will have a few of these TV's junked for parts. They will sell you a screen for cheap.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
SOURCE: 52" hdtv rca hd52w67
check that board where you replace the fuse on the back look very close at the transformer the big black one and check the soldering it is cracked resolder it and you should be ready to go.. just look very close they are smalllllll cracks need good light.. thats what i had on mine and works good..
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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