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The "D board" is the flyback transformer, but if it was bad, you would have no picture at all. Here is a proven method to get it to work (for a while....)
The adjustment method is to put the set on a video input with nothing conected to that input. Turn the screen control up slowly until those fine lines appear and then down until they just disappear. Do this with all three colors. You might need to turn one of them down a little initially if the set won't stay on long enough to get to adjustments. You cannot do the adjustment on a TV station or on live video input. If the adjustments are too high, the set will turn bright and shutdown. If they are too low you will never get a picture at all.
You would want to touchup the adjustments after a warmup of a few hours, then recheck the next day when cold.
If the adjustments are successfull and the set stays on but the color reproduction is very poor then one of the tubes is probably bad.
If you are lucky and everything turns out OK, you will probably need to do it every year or so.
Seems TV has dry/ cold solder joints (loos connections) in convergence out section. Please check cold/ dry solder joints in convergence out section in TV, specially on pins of convergence out ICs. resolder these solder joints and all would be fine.
ok its one of two things you need to check when it cuts off if you have spark or fuel if you lose fuel pressure replace pump it gets hot and makes noise like its running but its not pumping fuel and if you lose spark you need to replace ignition control module has a hair line crack in it and when gets hot the crack expands and loses contact and wala no spark
This is usually caused by the tuner which loses the chrominance part of
the NTSC signal. Your did not say how you have it connected but it you
try using a composite video input (yellow jack) and get the color OK
than it must be the tuner which is not cheap but is worth having
Hope Ya Fix it!
Yes it is a temp problem as you found out for your self Great call on that BUD.. the best thing to do is contact sharp to see if they have had simular problems and if there are any recalls on this model . If not they will instruct you where to send the monitor into to be fixed.
I had the same problem with my TV, It seems the high voltage trasnformer blew which in turn casued the pin cushion?? to blow. It then shuts the tv off to prevent more damage to it.
$500 with service charges to get it fixed!