Question about Sony KV-32S26 32" TV
The switch mode power supply has failed in it. That section also provide standby voltage for your TV so that it will turn on when you use the remote. These power supply are driven by Field Effect Transistors, switching at up to 200 thousand times per second, and they are very efficient. There is a transformer usually that has ferite for a core. The Transistor has shorted out on it, and thats where the burning smell came from along with the resistor. The transformer may have been burnt too. It is possible for a someone to fix it, but he/she would have to be familiar with electronic components on television. It is not a job for a handy man type of guy.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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