You'll need to get the TV's model number, and check to see if it was built by Thompson or TTE or the ON Corp --
I think yours is one of the TTE TV sets if the date is correct --
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nevermind. I pulled up tutorials on u-tube and researched LCD TV problems. Found that I'm definitely not alone. Instead of paying $200-$300 for some TV repair palce to fix it, I'm going to follow the steps to replace bad capacitors. After reading so many posts with the same problem as mine, I know this is what needs to be done and I won't pay $28 for someone on line to tell me the same. No offense.
And from the RCA consumer complaints I've read online, I sure won't send my TV to a RCA approved repair place and give them more of my money for nothing.