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Buzzing noise with no picture or sound.

My RCA 36" F36649 started making a buzzing noise and will not show a picture or produce any sound. When I unplug it the buzzing stops and them returns when I plug it back up. From reading some posts it sounds like maybe the power supply, so does anyone know how difficult it is to replace the power supply? Or could it most likely be something else? I've done some amatuer soldering and am willing to try repairing it myself, just not sure where to start. Would be greatful for any response.

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  • havo Aug 20, 2007

    Thanks Stargazer for the response. So do you think an amateur could repair this problem? If so any advice? Do you recommend any particular place for parts? Thanks again.

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The power supply is telling you that it has a short. I think you have a bad high voltage transformer in the horizontal deflection circuit. I've repaired several RCA's with this very same problem. The newer RCA's are vert prone to high voltage transformer failure ! Stargazer

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How do I order and install a power supply for my RCA F36649 TV?

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