Question about Sylvania 6419TE 19" TV
Hi I have a sylvania model #RRK810-AK04 Chassis #31R1-01CC, with a very strange problem, I must admit all of the years of working on and repairing televisions, I have never seen this, when you disconnect power from the set, unplugging it, then plugging it back in it will not turn on, if you let it sit for a few minutes after plugging it back in, then hit the power button, the set will turn on and work fine, just when you lose or unplug the set and plug it back in it won't turn on for several minutes, very very strange! any ideas, I'm thinking possibly the E Prom?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TV Turns off on its own
Just keep smack'in it around, it works for me. It is the 'protection overload circuit' taking over and shutting the TV set off. This is because it detected a short or near-short circuit somewhere. Most common is high voltage, deflection amplifiers and main power supply. It's pretty much a common fix for an experienced tv repairman. It might set me back in the ballpark of $200 - $300.
Posted on Jul 03, 2007
SOURCE: Sylvania 6520fdf
Hi this problem your having is the most common problem with tellys of this type youll find that its going to be either a transistor located near the transformer (fly back) or it could be the transformer but most of the time it is both that need replacing.
Most repair shops will replace both anyway as it is best to do this its not the kind of job a novice could do as it requires alot of soldering.
It is worth repairing and shouldnt cost to much as it is such a common fault so go ahead get it fixed let me know if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
Hello there. I'm sorry to say that it sounds as if the element that actually energizes your screen is bad. It is most likely overheating. or quite poosible the power converter lost a resistor or 2.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: My problem is with my
Check the outlet to be sure you have power to it. Then check both ends of the tv power cord to insure that they are actually plugged in. good luck.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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