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No power at all

If I remember correctly, the horizontal went small then the set died.
I think I was able to turn the set on a couple times then it completely died.

So far this is what i have learned from this site:

Replace IC601, Q501, Q502, and 0.1ohm fusible resitor (part numbers unknown)
Check for cracks and cold solder joints on flyback and horizontal driver transformer
Clean, tin and solder leads.

Can I get the correct part numbers to order from Sony as well as a guide on how to... I don't know which boards to remove from tv. I won't have a problem replacing the parts and cleaning, tinning and re-soldering the leads and connections.

I really would like to fix this set because it worked great before it died.

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SOURCE: Sony Trinitron KV-32XBR15

You should check Pin-Amp stage for subject problem. Pin Amp is located at Horizontal area. Pin Out Transistor is suspected.

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check for any short circuit on the board.

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SOURCE: SONY TRINITON KV-32XBR15 The picture has

From your description it sounds like a yoke problem, you describe an hour glass picture which is a classic symptom of the horizontal sector of the yoke is at fault. The easiest way to test for this is a ringer tester, chances are it will show a short in the horizontal winding which causes the high voltage to load down and draw more current in the process.

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