Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-27FS100 27" TV
My friend if you are not a tech you will have to take your set to qualified people to have your set repaired, the online tech has given you an amount of solution according to you none works.if you do not have the proper equipments to trouble shoot the defect on the set you will never get your set fix.so my brother stop wasting time and take your set to a tech and i guarantee you that your set will get fix.in most cases it is always some caps and audio output transistors or ic goes bad, when your set dont have sound.good luck and have a good day my buddy.or take a look in the video amp where the sound and the snyc is separated from that circuit.
Posted on Jun 26, 2007
JUST A SIMPLE THING TO TRY ... MAKE SURE YOUR TV IS SET TO STEREO AND NOT SAP.
Posted on Jun 22, 2007
Larry, This is actually quite a common problem for this unit. The SRX module has gone bad and it's NLA from sony.. Techs, such as myself, have developed a bypass for this though and we usually give the customer the option - since it will have sound but will be unable to produce surround.. If you would like to try the bypass yourself remove the SRX module. At A-25 connector, install (2) 10uf/50v caps - At pins 4(pos) & 14(neg), Pins 5(pos) & 15(neg). If you don't want to try this yourself call a few shops and ask what they would charge to do the repair for you, it's not an expensive one. Most reliable shops know the drill on this unit. Bill
Posted on Jun 20, 2007
So that means the TV sets amp is working. You will need to double check the mute and the sound setup menu. Also try a DVD on another input. If the other input works, you have a problem in the audio switcher circuit, or the sound detector in the sound IF circuit. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 19, 2007
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