Question about Sanyo DS31520 31" TV
You have a frame collapse, if you had previously been tapping it to come on then it sounds as if there is a dry solder connection most probably on the frame IC or surrounding component. If you are competent with the use of a soldering iron, then remove the back & gain access to the underside (circuit print board) of the TV. Look for an IC that is attached to a heat sink & carefully resolder the pin connections. Look closely at the surrounding solder connections & if any of them look dry then re-solder them also. Without knowing the model of your TV then I can't be more precise as to the specific component location. If you do not want to attempt this then a local repair shop should be able to easily fix it for you.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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