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As there is audo is Ok, your TVs all other functions up to horizonatal output section is Ok. The fault lies in the horzontal output section. It may be related to flyback transformer, horzontal drive section and so on. A through cheking is needed. We cannot predict the exact number of components used in your tv. It can only available from the schematic diagram of that tv.
The schematic diagran can be bought from electronic spare part shops. Just note the model number of your tv which is marked at the back side of tv, mark it an go for the schematic diagram. On some TVs, the mumber marked on the schematic and the used one may be different. The most critical is its winding compactability with each other.
The problem is from the power panel of the television. It got burnt due to the voltage that hit the panel.
Mostly, it's a capacitor that gets burnt on the panel, so what you have to do is, open up the television with the appropriate screwdrivers and locate the power panel, it is attached to the main cord that is connected to the power supply.
Assess the panel, and check for the burnt capacitor that is on the panel, or you can as well replace them power panel.
After doing this, your television will be in good condition once again.
Low voltage can create different trouble, sometimes a cpl at the same times. Call your insurance company and they might help you to build a direct request to the electrical distribution company (thats how it is here in canada) No simple tricks for that, experimented technician gave up in 33% on such situations. Not an easy trouble....
you should of recived a 0.01ohm resistor it is wite and sayes sony on it.
its a flame proof resistor that needs to be the very same
look for it on the pcb test it its probly open right.
ask them to send you the right part.
Loss of low voltage supply has happened. This regulates the ability of the set to sense the remote as well as the front panel switches. Could be anything from open T1 secondary to a regulation problem; i.e. excess drop from defective component....accordianman