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Half the display panel is black on rca tv, if i tap the tv it comes back on. could it be a short in the wiring? i need a wiring diagram for a l42fhd37r model

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It is most likely a loose ribbon cable from the TCON board to the flat panel itself. They commonly come loose when the TV is on a swivel stand and is moved frequently. This is because the swivel motion often causes a slight twisting of the LCD frame and this works the ribbon cables loose.

Posted on Jan 25, 2015

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SOURCE: directv remote will not program to rca L42FHD37R.

"This TV utilizes new remote control signal codes and may not be compatible with your existing universal remote (e.g. satellite box remotes, cable box remotes, generic universal remotes, etc.). Over time, newer universal remote controls that become available should pick up the new TV codes."

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Picture goes black on bottom half of the screen

You have a bad connection to the panel or bad caps on the boards. Not something for the DIY'er. High voltages in plasma sets.

Posted on Mar 31, 2010

thefog

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SOURCE: remote codes to work a rca, l42fhd37r

These are RCA codes:
1158, 1157,1154,1150,1149,1148,1147,1146,
1145,1144,1143,1137,1132,1131,1130,1125,1124,1098,
1081,1055,1016,1011
I don't which may work for you. If nobody else replys, trial & error.

Posted on May 09, 2010

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SOURCE: Sanyo 24 in flat screen

Hello
Your flat panel TVs picture tube base board has soldering loose contact with it. Just unplug your TV from AC mains socket, and open it. Pull out the picture tube base card from the picture tube neck. Pull it out straight, no shake must be there, as it will damage its connecting pins.
Normally, loose sodering are very difficult to loacate, as they will be quite micrscopic in size. Just resolder all the suspected loose sodering point on that board, by applying a little more solder. This will solve your TVs problem. OK.

Posted on May 26, 2011

Testimonial: "Going to try resoldering all the connection,as you stated only seam logical if hard to find, do them all. thank you. PS. I was not thinking..."

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SOURCE: I need to reconnect the power cord back on my RCA tv. I have the black wire soldered back on to the tv, but I don't know where the white wire goes. Thanks!

The white will go to the main On/Off switch.

Posted on Dec 01, 2012

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