Question about Sony KV-32S26 32" TV
Never had a problem. Suddendly goes dead as if turned off. No response from the TV panel or the remote. Any suggestions would be helpful.
Crismo, The most common problem for what you've described could be a failure of the HOT (horizontal output transistor Q502 which also includes the following components as well. Q601 & Q602 (2sc4834)sony p/n#8-729-019-49 R607 (sony p/n# 1-202-933-61/ .1@1/2 W) C615 (sony p/n# 1-136-759-11/ .039mf/630v) So common is this type of failure that Telematics used to sell a kit with these parts as a primary repair for this type of failure. The HOT, both vdr's, the resistor and mylar cap are not expensive, the but installation and testing is quite involved. These may not be the only parts in solving the problem and if you're lacking any skills or equipment to make these repairs yourself I'd strongly suggest having a reputable shop do the job for you... It shouldn't be too costly and quite a number of shops may have the parts necessary on-hand. This model sony is a good Tv and the repair would clearly be worthwhile. Good Luck! Bill
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
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