Question about Sony KP-61HS20 TV
While watching television, it looked like some one had taken a light pen or eraser and scribled across the screen the the picture was gone. I unplugged it for an hour thinking that it may be over heated. When plugged back in the power indicator flashes but no picture.
When the power indicator flashes on a Sony it is saying "Hey, I lost high voltage". You are probably going to need a new Horizontal Output Transistor, a flyback transformer and possibly a High Voltage Block. None of the parts are that expensive from Tritronics (www.tritronicsinc.com). I just got them the other day for less than $100. You're better off just replacing everything mentioned rather than doing it piecemeal, once and done. I don't know whether you're capable of this repair or not. If you aren't sure have a professional do it. If you are going to proceed, remember safety! TVs are dangerous. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 23, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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