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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can,t help you out Here.
Televisions are not my speciality. I repair X-Box Consoles-PCs And Laptop Computers. You Might Try Ginko.
He may be able to help you out Here.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
SOURCE: regulator ic of sony tv kv-g21c1
I am not familiar with the particular model of Sony TV that you have. I can answer genericaly:
There are a number of voltage regulators typicaly used on TV sets. These are usualy IC devices, or a complete descrete circuit. The purpose of these are to regulate voltages that are used to operate various circuits. Most sets can typicaly have anywhere from about five to maybe even a dozen or more throughout the set, depending on the sophistication of the model.
The regulators, like any part in the set can fail with age and use. Sometimes they are damaged from other components failing, or when a regulator fails, it can damage the circuit areas that it is suppying. When the set is being service, the tech must check for other failed parts.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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