Question about Sony KV-32V35 TV
Could be a problem in the shutdown circuit,in the HI Voltage detection circuit,or the flyback transformer. If your not a tech, you shouldnt be experimenting by adding parts as its going to knock you against the wall if it bites you. You should start out with a service manual and check the voiltages as now thinking it could be the power supply voltage regulator also. Please call a pro to assist you with this repair. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 03, 2006
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