Question about Televison & Video
Secondary but, check for a bad fan first as this is usually caused by an overheat problem
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
It is in secondary circuit which is also known as the high voltage circuit. Here very high voltage is created to enable the display unit to function properly.
Either some capacitor or IC, whichever is damaged. If you are familiar with repairing electric goods, then try to find out the exactly what is the reading and then check the values of components, like diode, transistor, etc needs to be pe[laced. If still under warranty, make full use of it. Else get the address of their authorized service center & get it repaired from them.
IMP: if the probleam leads to changing the display tube, it will be cost effective in buying a new TV...............sodeep
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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