On the consoles the power switches tend to wear out, you can either bring it to a repair person to replace the module or get a remote. At this point in time it is usually worth your while to find a way to get around the problem until you are ready to upgrade your television to digital. Repair $50-$100 and not worth it.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
In time as the Sony Trinitron ages it begins to have power issues. While this can be true of most tube televisions it's the rate and severity at which this happens to Trinitrons that makes it particularly of note. Many Trinitron owners have complained of the Trinitron set turning itself off randomly and frequently. Some sets have failed to stay on for longer than a few minutes at a time. Eventually some sets will not turn on at all. These problems grow more severe with age.
Check the power cable running from the Sony Trinitron 32. Make sure the cable is completely inserted into the power connection on the rear of the TV as well as the local power outlet.
Disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet, then plug it into a different connection. It is possible to electrical outlet has died, forcing you to obtain a power current from a different source.
Check the cable connection running from the cable/satellite receiver or VCR. If the TV is on but no picture is on the screen, the problem is most likely due to a connection issue.
Power off the cable/satellite receiver, then press the "Video" button on the remote control to switch the Trinitron 32 to the video input signal. Turn on the cable/satellite receiver and the programming now loads onto the television screen.
You should examine the input power of the TV. If you dare to open the back of the TV You should examine the by using the tester to test the continuity of the voltage input of the TV. i guess voltage regulator need to be tested.
Be careful high voltage inside the TV.
The best way is to contact the vendor of the TV or sony service center in your area.
Your problem indicates that there is an issue with the horizontal or vertical circuitry. Some parts may have been busted thats why your tv cant function normally.
I suggest you have it checked by a repairman,
Flyback could sometime be a problem but seldom that its the source. Have your circuits be checked first particularly the vertical section. Also, check on the supply of your system IC. there may be some imbalances there.
If you are able to do console repairs I would order a new power switch module the either plug or solder on and switch it out. Without trying the TV myself I might think that the tube could be bad as well, if it is just having start up problems.
Hi I have a Samsung Tantus Dynaflat 32 inch flat screen TXN3298hf that all of a sudden stopped working...no power no nothing. We opened up the back and found that a 5 amp fuse had blow. This fuse regulates that power supply to the tv and can be found at the end of the power cord prior to the circuit board. Hope this helps.