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Red bulb not working RCA P85927

I have notice in the back of the red light is not on I could see the green and blue light but the red is blown out. Is there a way I can purchase the red kline bulb and install it myself.

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Before we think of replacing the bulb, check the heater if it gets the power,check also for loose contact on the CRT socket.

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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http://www.rcapearl.com/pdf/TH11xx_IB.pdf

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press plus or minus or to highlight an item. Press play
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