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Know picture on screen but sound

Know picture on screen but sound

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    SONY 25 INCHES. IT TAKES 10-15 MINUTES TO HAVE PICTURE, SOUND OK

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Check the line power transistor near the line transformer
make sure that a 90-115 volts is reaching a transformer, oscillation is not there.

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