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Sony wega model KV-32FS12

I have a sony model KV-32FS12 when I turn it on it blinks 3 times with no picture. Then blinks 4 times contionous.

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Probably a defective horizontal output transformer , also check the horizontal output transistor. Both parts available from tritronicsinc.com

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