Question about Sanyo DS32224 TV
The picture on the tv is bigger than the screen, seems like it is zoomed in
This is usualy because there is either a high voltage regulation fault, or a main power supply regulation fault.
There are many things that can cause this. When the high voltage goes too far down, the raster will enlarge. High voltage regulation can be caused by faulty components in the feedback sensing, or in the high voltage multiplier, or in the flyback windings itself.
A quick way to sort of know if the high voltage is regulating is to wind the brightness and contrast from one extreme to another and observe the raster size. If the raster is changing size with the brightness on the screen, the regulation is not working well. In some of the low cost sets there will be about a 2 to 5% raster size shift in this case. The high end sets will have a near 0% shift in the raster size. A size change of about 2% is acceptable for most sets. If the CRT is weak, this test will not work well, because a weak CRT will not properly load.
If the main power supply is operating slightly over voltage, the raster size will increase. Usualy, the brightness will be a little on the high side when the supply is too high. Voltage regulation faults can be from warn components in the voltage regulator area, or in the feedback control.
This should be looked after by an experienced TV service tech. This type of fault can be involved.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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