Question about Sony Televison & Video
There are several parts that could be at fault and most are in the high voltage power supply.
If the flyback has failed it may not be available any more.
This isn't a DIY repair, it requires a little test equipment and knowledge.
If you have a TV repair shop (those who understand these are all in our 'golden years') you might ask the cost of a diagnosis.
I would recommend repairing it even if you decide to buy a new one and putting it, along with a DTV converter in a nice dry place so you can drag it back out when your lousy flat-panel set dies. These are not lasting 10 years at all -
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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