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Re: 32" model# F32668
The F32668 uses the CTC203 series chassis and I usually see 2 problems when the set will not run. The first is poor solder joints on a small coil near the horizontal output transistor, but if thats the case the set tends to run for a while and randomly shut off. When the set clicks and never runs I usually find that the flyback (high voltage) transformer has shorted out inside. In this case the flyback should be replaced by an experienced tech.
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I had the same problem with my tv, same make and model. I first continuously turn on and off my tv manually until I could get some kind of picture. This procedure took maybe five minutes. I was able to get a fine picture and sound, as if it was brand new! Other things to keep in mind, try to eliminate dust build up as much as possible.. Hope this helps out...
I HAVE THE SAME TV WITH THE SAME PROBLEM. I'M NO TECHNICIAN BUT I TOOK THE BACK OFF AND DISCONNECTED THE CIRCUIT BOARD THAT CONTROLS THE REMOTE SENSOR AND THE BUTTONS. THE TV STOPPED FLIPPING BY ITSELF. I'M CURRENTLY TRYING TO FIND A REPLACEMENT PART.
If you had a burning smell, well the board is toast. These sets are made to replace the entire board at one time. Before installing the replacement module, the picture tube should be checked. A defective picture tube ( such as a G1 short) may cause a failure in the power supply section.