Question about Sony KV-32XBR48 32" TV
Death can occur from a simple power supply fuse to the anything inside. Now if you are confident that you can try to fix it on your own, start from the fuses, and check for possible shorted components if the fuse is blown.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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