Question about Sony KV-32FV27 32" TV
I found this at another site. I don't know what the "infamous" problem is, but you might consider it:
Sony TV with bad butchered soldering: (From: Repair Brief #81: Sony KV-19TR20 Color TV - No Reception).
The final example is of a Sony TV that had the infamous tuner/IF box solder problems. This is normally a fairly easy repair, especially for this particular model where the IF box (which was faulty in this case) is readily accessible without taking the whole thing to bits. Once repaired, like the RCA/GE/Proscan TVs with similar solder problems, the result is a solid reliable TV. However, the friend of a friend who had attempted to replace it, apparently used a Weller soldering gun to do the fine soldering, leaving nearly every pad detached or missing. Fortunately, only the pads appeared to have suffered and after 20 minutes and several jumper wires, this one was healthy again.
Found at: http://www.repairfaq.org/sam/tshoot.htm
Posted on May 16, 2008
SOLUTION:REPLAMENT OF THE PICTURE TUBE.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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