Question about Philips Magnavox TS3260C 32" TV
This noise come from a component that needs soldering, probably comes from one of the terminal were by any reason is not doing good contact. Or is the flyback, a component that uses high voltages to accelerate the rays inside the tube.Unfortunately, is not a big deal for a regular technician, but is a big trouble if you try tio open the TV. Is very risky because the mentioned component, along with others usually they work at ranges ol voltages of 50,000 or more volts. Although the current is not much, the shock is very unconfortable. Don't try, take it to a tech.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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