Question about Sony KV-36FS16 36" TV
A common cause is the fly-back transformer and HV multiplier assembly requires replacement. In some cases, but more rare, there may be a failure in the vertical amplifier output stage. There are some other support components that can cause this as well.
In some cases, if the CRT has a short it can damage the horizontal output stage area.
After replacing, the horizontal output transistor and its support components must be verified. Also, this type of failure will sometimes cause some failures in the main power supply.
An experienced tech who knows your model of set can verify the cause of failure, and replace the necessary parts. Take care that this type of service may be expensive.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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