Question about Televison & Video
KV27v15 was playing fine when a bow on right side of picture appeared intermitantly, then would pop back to normal. After 15 or so events accured, it died completly. No picture no sound, No standby light and no click. Completly DOA. Power supply??? H.O.T ??? Any sugestions would be appreciated. ... Tom
The high voltage circuit also runs the horizontal deflection circuit and much of the rest as well. The horizontal problems you describe were a prelude to high voltage failure. If the TV is anywhere near 10 years old (how come you guys never give the age????) it isn't worth the cost of overhauling the high voltage circuit. You might be able to replace just the H.O.T. but the flyback is the source of the failure.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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