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If you're strs6707 got shorted it is accompanied with an open fusible resistor. If you've already replaced this IC, you must look also for this resistor and replaced with new one.
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In the past, my experience with Sonys is that you need to use Sony parts to successfully repair them. Also you might have a cold solder joint which creates an arc when you turn it on.
This arc will cause a "spike" which could possibly take out the regulator.