RCA TV Repairs

Our RCA Television experts can get your Television working again, fast. You can count on our work; we back it up with a 100-days warranty and your satisfaction is guaranteed!

RCA LED TV Repair

Get your RCA LED Television repaired right, the first time. Have access to millions of repair parts for RCA Televisions. Wherever You Bought It? We will Repair It.? We’re just a call or click away! Schedule your RCA Television Service Appointment online or Call: (416)740-4444 today.

Why Choose US?

Our RCA Television experts can get your Television working again, fast. You can count on our work; we back it up with a 100-days warranty and your satisfaction is guaranteed!

What We Do for Television Repair

Our local pros receive ongoing training and have access to millions of repair parts for the most popular television brands.

We’re just a call or click away! Schedule your home theater repair service appointment online or call us today. We can repair all major television brands, including  RCA

>> When you make a service appointment with the Advance Electronics you can expect us to:

  • Fix your television in your home or one of our national service centers
  • Give you an estimate before we begin television repair
  • Fix it right the first time
  • Give you a repair timeline ? and stick to it
  • Guarantee our work

Paying for In-Home Repairs is Easy

100-Day Carry-In Service Guarantee

If, within 30 days of your carry-in repair, your merchandise fails to operate for reasons related to the original repair service, we will replace any parts that failed due to defects in material or workmanship and perform any labor related to the original repair service free of charge. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Our Repair technicians will process payment and any coupons or discounts at the time of service.

We accept all the major credit cards

Warning!
If you are not familiar with RCA TV, do not attempt to repair! Whether you suffer fatal electrical shock! Instead, contact our service center!

Service Menu Codes

1.
* Turn the TV off.
* Press simultaneously the {MENU} {VOL -} {CH -} buttons for about 8-10 seconds.
* The TV will turn on with the Service Menu displayed.
* Press the {POWER} button to exit.
2.
* Turn the TV off.
* Press and hold the {VOL -} & {CH -} buttons on the TV.
* Release both buttons when the green power light comes on.
* The TV will turn on with the Service Menu displayed.
* Press the {POWER} button to exit.
3.
To enter service mode, push and hold the {MENU} button on the set.
While holding, press and release the {POWER} button,
then press and release the {VOL +} button.
You will now have some information on the screen: “P0 V0”
To actually be able to change these values, you must push {VOL +} on the remote so the information reads V76. Then pushing on the Channel +/- will change the “P” value.
P1 – 3 are error codes. If there is a problem with the set that can be self-diagnosed, the “V” will report the code. These codes are available in the RCA repair manual.
P4 – 7 control the horizontal size, shift, vertical size and shift.
 On the front panel (FPA) of the F38310, simultaneously and quickly press the {CH -} & {DIRECTV} buttons. If successful, you should have displayed on the bottom of the screen:
Version Number: XX.XX P:0 V:0
(Note: Modifications to the parameters and values can be performed using the remote at this point. The remote must be in TV mode. To be sure, cover the IR bulb on the remote and depress the {TV} button, then you can use the remote for adjustments.)
Before adjustments can be performed, you must enter the password code to enable the FPA (or remote) for access. Use the {VOL +) button to change V:0 to V:76. Once this is done, you can now change the parameter setting for the desired function.
Be sure to write down the V: settings PRIOR to making changes in the event you need to revert.

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