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Ur tv have a big back like hunt back creature?Yes?This tv it is not a Digital tv.It is an old CRT tv-tube analogue design tv.This tv still will work and have a broadcasting incomming signal if it is hook up to a pay services tv like Satalites tv like Direct Tv,Dish Network tv,Timewarner or Cox Cables services and ATT U verise or Verizon Fio digital hook up.If u wanted to watch a switch over FREE OVER THE AIR DIGITAL incomming broadcasting signal for this tv it will not work alone,the tv must have be to hook up to a BOX that call a DIGITAL CONVERTER BOX than this tv will work for a FREE OVER THE AIR DIGITAL broadcasting tv channels stantions.This DIGITAL CONVERTER BOX are no longer on sale on regular Stores.Tries websites like Amazon.com,Ebay.com will able to buy these BOXES so call DIGITAL CONVERTER BOX.
It may be the power supply board in the TV. It most likely isn't any type of fuse, which is the popular belief in situations like yours. If you're in warranty, the repair will be covered. If you're not, you'll likely have to come out of pocket to get the TV fixed.
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It's doubtful your dog caused the problem; this model has seemed less reliable than most Sanyo products, there are many threads to be found detailing a number of different failures.
The problem is most likely related to the power supply but its behavior could be caused by protective circuits and a failure in the high voltage section.
You may have trouble having the set repaired for less than the cost of replacement. Parts specific to models over 4-5 years of age may be tough to find and you may be without TV for weeks if you choose to repair it.
TV's have a circuit that monitors the high voltage and shuts down the set if it senses something amiss.
Figure on replacing the flyback transformer.
However, my experiance is to not put money into a TV that is over ten
years old. TVs stress out their electronic components worse than
almost any other electronic product. After 10 years, there are so
many parts that are ready to fail that your are probably wasting your
money trying to get any more life out of it.
Another option is to wholesale replace the main board from an outfit like PTS Electronics at ptscorp.com.
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