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Re: TV turns off by itself
Ok , first you will need to check the controls panel on the front board, take it out of there and make sure that the buttons are not being pushed on and check the sensor for a short or open also the contact switches are not making continuity(short) then also unplug the controls panel from the main board
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I had the exact problem. Turned it off at night, next day nothing. Set is KV32FV16, manuf. in 2000. Repair tech. found bad fuse that was all, set now working. Fuse located in lower right hand side of chassis. Fuse appeared to have deteriorated rather than blown. Good luck.
If it is a "minor" convergence problem you can adjust it by going to the menu and scrolling to convergence and follow prompts A cross will appear when you have reached the correct place and you do the minor adjustments as it says. If picture is bowed you have major convergence problems.
This sounds like something best handled by an experienced tech since the fix involves extreemly high voltages nearby, If you have a very good knowledge of the inner workings of tv's then ask for more information.
Sanyo Model AVM-1304 This TV has a loud mechanical "chatter" (or clicking)that appears to be coming from RL001 on the motherboard as soon as ther TV is turned on. I can feel the mechanical vibration on the component. The Picture and sound are very good. The chassis is G6Y-13040. Any ideas?
This TV has a loud mechanical "chatter" (or clicking)that appears to be coming from RL001 on the motherboard as soon as ther TV is turned on
replace relay as it is easily available or make it direct.
The model you listed, F27650 uses the new ATC113 series chassis, which is only about 3 years old. The ATC113 chassis is not known to have snowy issues, but if yours is then I would suspect that a solder joint is loose in the tuner. If your set is actually around 9 years old, then it might perhaps have the notorious CTC175 - CTC187 series chassis, which went snowy all the time due to cracked solder joints on the shield grounds around the tuner and microprocessor. In either case, some good quality resoldering should cure your trouble. If you have never done fine solder work on PC boards with small surface-mount parts, allow a qualified tech to handle it for you.
Nope a very easy problem .. What it is is the relay is stuck on or closed so when you plug in the set the power comes up But the micro hasent told the rest of the set to work yet. So when you hit the power button. its just like you hit the power and it activated the relay and the rest of the set. Now in some rare occasions the driver transistor for the relay was shorted But most of the time its the contacts that weild shut, but you cant just clean them as it will work for a while, but in a month or so you will be in the smame boat. But if you not a tech this repair shouldnt cost you to much because if your not an experienced tech you can not only cause harn to the set but also you yourself BE CAREFULL and take the set to a pro!!!! Good Luck