Re: I HAVE A OLDER MODEL RCA HOME THEATER BIG SCREEN TV
I have the same tv at my place and I got Sears to come over and fix it. It cost me ~$90 for the initial visit then I ordered ~$140 part he recommended (voltage thing for crt) ordered and installed. He said that if that didn't work then he would have been able to return the part and it would have been the circuit board going out and that would have cost around $400 more. He said that if that were the case it wasn't worth it since you can buy one of these tvs used for around $500. The part he ordered worked on my tv and is doing fine.
I have an additional question though: is this tv HD ready for when all the signals change next year?
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if no any power indicator the first place to be check is the power supply where in the fuse get blow. if the fuse blown with darkened color that was mean has shortened line, might the amplifier circuit get damaged that cause of popping before it totally down.check for bad amplifier ic and shorted diodes.
Use the red and white looking audio outs on your TV next to your yellow video out they are together (RED, WHITE, YELLOW). These are known as RCA jacks. Find a RCA wire and connect it to the AUX input of your receiver and the output of your TV. Turn your receiver to AUX mode and it should work.
My tv is relatively new, but the bad thing is that I had an old; big screen tube type rca model; home theatre, that was heavier than a car, and it went out, due to the cracking and popping sound, off sometimes, and back on.
What is strange is the new tv now, the hdtv, light weight, about five years old, is doing the same thing. Actually, now, the power will not even come on. The lcd green light in the front goes on and off.
Take no offense, but I thought I would not have these problems anymore. What do you suggest?
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