Question about Sharp 27C-240 27" TV
It is cery simple as it folds after an hoyr or so. as you are asking for the section where the problem is located so is in horizontal oscilattor section.(possible cause cap.might be defective.) as per ckt diagram is concerned is concern please seeweb site www.serviceinfo.com hope this will help
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
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your problem is due to vertical section failure.
as you say it was intermittent for a while, but now is permanent
please check the followings as given
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