Question about Sony KV-27S42 27" TV
When I plugged power core into the wall outlet, I kept hearing clicking sound without touching anything. I tried to turn the TV on and off but none of button works. What's wrong? It went bad all of sudden. Your help is highly appreciated.
I agree with techman. It is not a simple problem which a layman can resolve with his home tools kit. Best to get professional help. It will save you lots of bother (and money). The problem is definitely in the Power Supply (SMPS) circuits or the Horizontal Oscillator circuits.
Posted on Jun 27, 2006
Yeppers ,This is how they go out. All of a suddenly and sometimes while your watching it. Right in the middle of a good movie too!!. Your problem could be anything from the horizontal drive circuit or power supply problem If your not experienced with solid state repair then you should get a tech to assist you with this repair as there are no user serviceable parts inside this set and could be very dangerous if you dont know the safty issues concerning the HI VOILTAGE. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 26, 2006
Me too but its cablevison and i hate when the internet doesnt have the answer ugggg but your lucky you could see stuff the only button thts not working is the tv button but the cablevison works just fine and i think the tv was laughing at me (no joke)
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
When you push the power botton it clicks then after the stanby botton starts flashing and tv doen't turn on. its so frustrating and i don't know what to. please help
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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