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RCA "61 Television Model # D61W20

My television will not turn on completly. Once I hit the power button the green light does come on but starts to make a loud screeching noise and the picture nor the volume comes on at all. The green light stays on until I turn it off, but I get nuthing. I recently opened the back and noticed that one piece in specific is creating a spark because the edge of this piece has melted,( obviously not creating a connection, causing the spark when tried) however I dont know the name of the piece in the tray located at the bottom of the screen. How can i get the names of the pieces in order to order and fix myself. Looks simple since every piece is a simple snap in the tray. Clueless on what anything down there is called. PLEASE HELP!!!!

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  • nate1221 Dec 03, 2007

    tv was fine until one day turned on and sparks flew from the back panel. tv doesn't power up. (dont let it). just inside back panel a component that looks like the coil on my old chevy is black and melted. what is the name of this part?

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This part is known a flyback transformer ... the part that generated high voltage..(serval thosand volt) for the picture tubes..and as a technician i would not call them easy to replace. usally when you replace this you replace another component called a horizontal output transistor which becomes shorted. also getting the flyback is tricky.. there several version of it.

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