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Repair the power supply the fuse is blown

Power supply is dead Fet,s. Are shorted

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Question, when I clicked on this I clicked on a problem for a Sony KV27S10 but your text say's Orion, is it a Sony or a Orion?

Posted on Aug 19, 2007

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you should of recived a 0.01ohm resistor it is wite and sayes sony on it.
its a flame proof resistor that needs to be the very same
look for it on the pcb test it its probly open right.
ask them to send you the right part.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: We had a power outage. TV and video both now dead.

Good advise Tony, but you also need a UPS with AVR technology. TV's are becoming the number one issue in power outages nation wide. Get one, and if you don't know how big a one you need, I can give yo advice on that plus I do sell the UPS.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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