What Are Some Common Problems With RCA LCD TVs?

Common problems with RCA LCD televisions include color variations, poor picture quality, inability to view certain channels, and inability to control the TV with the front panel buttons. Some people have reported sound issues when connecting the TV to a DVR or gaming system via an HDMI cable.

For users who do not want the GUIDE Plus+ program guide to display on start-up, the options can be changed through the television menu.

Consumers can troubleshoot most problems by reviewing the RCA instruction manual for a particular model. Because modern TVs are similar to computers, resetting the unit by unplugging the power cord for five minutes may resolve some issues.