Question about Sony KV-32S26 32" TV
It is in truth,the picture tube,but it would be helpful for repair shops and independent techs to educate the customer as to the investment risk of repairing an older "S or V" model Sony. Generally,the pix quality deteriorates gradually before the Ik circuit senses the problem and cuts off the pix.Unfortunately,you were not able to observe any pix problem because the set was dead when given to you.The power supply repair was obviously needed,but the pix tube condition was unchecked/unknown.Before spending any money on repairs,try to find out the historicity of a particular make/model from a willing,qualified technician.
Posted on Oct 05, 2007
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