Like the other people, i also bought a 32c241 from best but. (I am starting to wonder is this just a coincidence or something more) when i turn the tv on, it clicks like 2-3 times and it sounds like it shuts down.. I took it to a repair guy and he thinks it might be the transformer..he is not sure but it will cost $165.. almost as much as I paid for it. Not sure if its worth it...i see the solution might be the supply or the circuit.. do not know what to do...
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You just hook your DVD player up to any of the inputs on the back, then change it to that input. The dish should have no effect on watching a DVD off a different input. So take the Red, Yellow, and White RCA cables, put them in input 1, 2 or which ever. Change your T.V. to which ever input you placed it on and you should be set.
You could try and switch outlets and see if that helps. If it continues to do the same thing access the T.V. menu from your remote and check to make sure you don't have a sleep timer set. If there is no sleep timer and switching outlets doesn't help then my guess (from my own experience) would be that it's probably on its last leg and would require a repair. If it does require a repair then you would probably have better luck buying a new T.V.
Probably a problem with the horizontal ouput transistor it is probably bad and/or the flyback(high voltage transformer). One or the other is probaly bad and it may be both. Horizontal ouput is definately shot if you hear a squealing sound when you go to turn it on and the flyback is probably the culprit.
a free diagram will be very difficult to track down with that specific model. is it CRT or LCD or Plasma? your best bet would be to find a couple repair diagrams for tv's of similar type (google "tv repair diagram and scroll through the image search results.)
if it is a CRT then it won't be too bad, as they are pretty universal in the way they're built on the inside, so looking at a couple CRT repair guides should yield a good idea of what to expect, what might be moved around, and what stays constant.
your next option (which i am sure you are aware of) will be to call Sharp and request one from them, and it will most likely come with a price.
is there a specific problem with the TV that prompts you to need to disassemble it? perhaps we could better help with a specific problem. if you're taking it apart for fun, skip the diagram and jump into it. inside any electronic will just be circuit boards mounted to parts of the frame and a tv tube in this case, so you really can't harm anything by gently taking it apart. putting it back together is a matter of fitting the square peg into the square hole, so-to-speak, as the boards won't fit properly on any side other than that which they were removed from. cables are the same way.
hope this helps a little.
This is a power supply problem. It may be as simple as a blown fuse or as complex as a problem with overvoltage and overcurrent events within the circuitry of the Horizontal and Hig Voltage sections of the set. If it is a fuse that's simple to replace, the other well that can get kind of involved. In any event I would suggest that you get the set analyzed by a qualified Television repair person.
there is no recall on sharp tv that i know about if your tv is still on warranty take it back to the supplier.if the warranty is finish call a tech the tv has a problem in the power supply and related circuit.good luck.