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32HFX71 Blinking Pwr Indicator Light

TV 5 yrs old, 32 inch normal size screen - working fine, then went out. Power Ind Light is blinking steady. What is wrong? Is it - convergence? vertical output circuit? power supply? Is it worth fixing or should I spring for a new wide-screen LCD?

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Not likely convergence because it's simply a direct view TV. Could be vertical, a common problem with that unit is the vertical output IC Q301 and poor solder connections of the link off R305. This could be enough to put the unit in shutdown. And it could also be SMPS, possibly regulator or horizontal output transistor - you would need to test these to be sure. The HOT, if shorted, will have continuity E to B or E to C.. If you're not sure you're up to this take it to a reputable shop. What I've described above isn't too serious and a good shop can having back to running good as new in a couple of hours. One tip I might add, take to the shop yourself it will save a few bucks. Good Luck Bill

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