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Sony KV-T29 My KV-T29 would not switch on all of a sudden. I replaced a faulty elco in the primary side of the PSU and now the HT etc is restored but the standby and wake-up LEDs are now on and the set still does not switch on.Is the set stuck in a timer mode? I have no user manual to refer to. Plse. help! Rgds Owen

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You may still need to check more components

Since your wake up LEDs are Active ( working ) this means your stand by 5 voltage is working.

Since your Standby 5 Voltage appears to be working but you still do not have a fully working set
you may need to check your High Voltage Components.

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