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Screen not coming on

SONY KV32S22:

When power button is pressed, all that happens is the "standy" or read light signals on and off continouosly, however the screen does NOT come on while the audio of a distorted screen comes off and on.
Can someone please advise?
It's been having this problem for a week.
Thank you!

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This Chassis line had a lot of issues with hair-line cracks in the Horizontal Circuit along the right side near the High Voltage Transformer and Heat Sink. It has also had issues with cold solder connections in the Horizontal Drive Circuit especially the Horizontal Driver Transformer. These issues have many times caused a massive Power Supply and Horizontal failures if not repaired.
I hope this helps,
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