Question about Sanyo AVM-3659S 36" TV
I happened to be watching television last night. I did have the television on for a long length of time. Out of nowhere the screen just went poof and blank. When I click the on button it clicked but the television did not come on. I clicked it again and there was no clicking noise, I also tried it from the television and there was no clicking noise. Do you think I burn somekind of fuse since the television was on for a very long length of time. It is about 10 years old and I have never had a problem before. Will it be worth fixing, or should I just purchase another one. (its not like I have money to do either right now)
Probably you had a horizontal output transistor short which in turn may have blown a fuse. When the horizontal output transistor shorts, probably the high voltage transformer (flyback) has also gone bad. Since the set is so old, you could replace it about as cheap as you could have it repaired. Stargazer
Posted on Feb 25, 2007
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