I have the above tv as well as a 60" RCA bigscreen
Both TVs have the same problem.
In the middle of watching tv the audio goes out and static is heard. Unplugging will quick fix the problem for maybe 5 minutes or 5 days.No exact fix time.
What can I do to repair this, obviously there is an audio pcb problem.
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I bet both TV's are connected to cable TV? This was a problem and required different fixes. There was a law suit against RCA for this issue as they said there was nothing wrong with thier TV's that it was a cable issue. You will probably have to contact a local TV shop for repairs as just audio boards won't fix the problem.
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this symptons is caused by a breakdown in the vertical deflection circuit. hence, the trouble may be in the vertical oscillator, amplifier or output circuit. in most modern tv the vertical ic is usually composed of these said circuit inside. the ic have many pins, standing on a heat sink and smaller in size. try to check also the capacitors surrounding it. sometimes leaky capacitor may cause this problem. good luck!
i would honestly suggest if you still have the receipt return it back. dont forget your rating thanks.
This is a very common problem for RCA TV. I have one as well. or go to www.tv.rca.com/ there are free manual there
If you have the original remote (RCA Universal with red and blue buttons), you can switch from the TV tuner to the audio/video input with the INPUT button. It is to the left of zero on the numeric keypad, above the red CLEAR button.
Press it again to get back to the TV tuner.