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Re: it won't turn on
The smell of something burning is not a good sign. The clicking sound you are hearing could be a relay or breaker kicking in and out as a result of whatever is wrong.
This could be cause by:
1. A problem in the power supply.
2. A problem with the Horizontal Output Stage.
3. The Flyback transformer.
Someone gave me a TV once that had the same problem. I determined that it had a bad flyback transformer. I replaced the transformer and the TV worked about 5 secs before I saw some black smoke come out of the new flyback. I turned it off right away and realized that something else was bad that caused the original flyback to burn up. The same thing was causing the new flyback to go as well. It turned out to be a shorted, 50 cent hi-speed switching diode. Fortunately, because I had turned the set off quickly when the 2nd flyback started to smoke, once I replaced the diode, the TV was fixed.
If you want to get it working again, you'll need to have it serviced.
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that is a master control board failiure, it is caused by having your TV on all the time, when the TV gets warm, you need to shut it off and let it cool down(that caused your problem) call sony and order a replacement part, it will take you about 20-40 minutes to install yourself.
Sorry, there is not a reset on this TV. No signs of life can be anything from a Fuse, to failed components on the power supply. I
suggest having it to a local repair shop which has the training and
proper equipment to disassemble the TV and replace the failed
component(s). Expect a diagnostic fee of $40 (depending on your location) that is credited toward the repair bill.
It could be the transformer on its way out on the power board, unplug the tv and take the back of, Trace the the power cord to the transfomer which will be a big square componant, take care not to touch any capacitors, they could still be charged, and have a look for any dark marks on it and check for a burning smell. It'll need to be changed if you do.
Also have a look at the capacitors andand check to see if you can see any signs of leakage or slightly dommed tops, the capacitors should be completly flat at the top. They'll need to be changed if there are any.
Also there is normally a small fuse on the power board somwhere, have a look around and you should find it, it might be worth swapping it out.
TV shutting off automatically means its a problem with the Lamp. Contact Pioneer or any local tech shop or Best buy and get the same replaced. Turning off after specific time : Go to the timer option and disable the Automatically Switch off option. This will resolve the issue. Please let me know if it worked. If you need the user manual or instruction manula please click on the link below http://www.generalmanual.com/Televisions/Sanyo-DP19647-Wide-Screen-Integrated-Digital-LCD-HDTV.htm. Hope this will be of help to you.
Most likely the modules you put in also blew again.
The reason is that there is a fault in another section of the set. For an example, the main power supply may also be defective. If its output voltages are not in spec damage will be done.
Many times when there are failures it is very important also locate the cause of the failure. This type of diagnostics can be involved and will require experience with a solid knowledge of the TV set, the proper test equipment, tools, and the service manuals.
The authorized service center is equiped, and has properly trained technicians that can service your set.
If nothing happens at all no lights no click make sure you unplug it for a while and try again the micro may just be locked up. If not also look at the line fuse, beyond that it will get pretty technical. May need a pro. Good Luck
The fact that you have smoke coming from the back is not a good sign if the quality of the picture was good before it failed its worth if you put in 150 to 200.Stay away from it and call a qualified technician for an estimate then you'll know.Good luck.