Question about Sylvania 6632LCT 32 in. LCD Television
The manual said to unplug the power cord but I can't find it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The light staying on is afterburn or power stored in a capacitor to start up the solenoid.
The protection circuit has been invoked to protect other components from being burned out. This unit needs professional intervention.
Unplugging and leaving for a few hours will not fix it it will merely delay the inevitable.I suggest it is taken for repair ASAP and refrain from trying to run it to prevent major damage or even fire.
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Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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They go away after 10 minutes of what? **** She Wrote? Dancing with the Stars? Or simply being powered On? You have some cold solder joints on one of the PCB boards. Once they heat up they work perfectly. The only way to fix this is to have them reflowed by a tech with a soldering tool or have the board replaced. Good luck! Cheers
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
SOURCE: Sylvania 6632LCT 32" the bottom
Vertical colors bars appearing and disappering are the causes by the board that call the T-CON board it is dying or the fiber optic cable that connected to it lose or damages internally.Mostly of the times about 99% of the times the T-CON board it is dying and it is not decodering pixels codes correctly anymore before it send those pictures pixels codes to the tv LCD screen panel.This T-CON board sit at the bottom in the middle of the tv LCD screen panel.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a new refurbish T-CON board for the replacement.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
If the TV doesn't turn ON ata all, it is surely due to some fault with its power supply regulator section. You haven't given any otehr details of your tV, than it is only a 32 inch CRT Sylvanial Tv. No model number; so I only can provide you a solution in general.
Check the ON-OFF switch for its contact. Normally, TVs uses DPST type switches [Double Pole Single Throw]. If any one contact amoung them have any problem with its internal contacts, the set won't switch ON. If the switch is OK, come towards the power regulator section circuit board, and check whether the fuse has blown out or not. If it has blown out, replace it with same type and ampere rating. Never use higher ampere rating than specified. The ampere rating will be maiked either on the rims of the fuse, or at the printed circuit board, just under the fuse. After repalcing the fuse, switch ON the TV and see whether it works well or the replaced fuse blows up as soon as you switch ON the set. If the repalced switch burns out as soon as you switch ON the set, the power supply section has damaged [shorted components in it]; and should be replaced.
Normally for LCD TVs it will be good to replace the power supply as card basis. This power regulator card can be bought from most of the electronic spare part shops at your town, orby the authorised service center for Sylvania at your town. If you may have given its model number, I could send you the picture of the power card of your TV. OK.
Posted on Sep 29, 2011
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