Question about Sylvania 6427TE 27" TV
I've had the same problem 3 or 4 times with a 32" Sylvania that's about 3 years old. The first time I opened it up, but did not see a blown fuse or any components that appeared to be burnt. After I plugged it back in, it worked fine. Since then when it goes off, I just unplug it for a couple of minutes and then it's fine.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
This is a bit to vague of an explaination to properly trouble shoot you problem. Although most sets are fixable, it depends on the value of the set to you. I have seen problems like this be as easy as just a fuse and all the way to a bad fly-back transformer. If you have a volt ohm meter, you could check the fuse and see if it's the easy fix ( make sure you always unplug the set before checking anything in the set ). If the fuse is bad, you can simply change it and your ready to go. If it's anything else, it may require more extensive board work and I would suggest you seek professional help.
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