OKay so I have an RCA 52" Projection Model P52755BA. When I press the power button, I can hear the TV come on for a split second, the green light too, then shuts off, then it tries again in a second or two. I have ruled out the fuse as I would not get any poer if it was blown. Is this the HV Splitter? If so can a newbie fix it?
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This RCA projection tv model have known to have many parts of capacitors components are dying and dead on the tv power supply board.That the board section where the tv power a/c cord plug into it.U have all the tools and can do bsaic soldering work too?Yes,try website like Tvrepairworld.com to buy the capacitors compponents set they put together and replaced all these capacitors parts on the tv power supply board section,will solved this problems.
You have a problem with convergence and all you may need to do is replace a fuse. Look up convergence for your tv model and hopefully you will get an answer as to where the fuse is located and how to replace it. Very common for RCA tv's
no parts from a pioneer wont work. There are roughly 4 regulators for the power supply maybe 5. The sad thing is they cost between 7 and 20.00 , he didnt happen to mention which power supply was affected did he? You would have to check the various regulators out of circuit to determine which one is bad. If its a F.E.T they are hard to check without the proper equipment.