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No Power I have a little Sony KV-8AD12. It started buzzing near where the power cord plugs in. Suddenly I have no power to the set, although I still hear the buzzing. Does that sound like a power supply or something else? Thanks.

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  • werz Mar 17, 2008

    eagle2:

    The power cord was not the problem. I have an uneducated guess that it is the power supply.

    Thanks for your suggestion.

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Hi: That could be the power cord itself shorting out right near where it plugs into the set.

DO NOT hesitate removing the plug from the AC wall plug, since fires have started this way!!

If its the cord you can replace it or if its inside the set it will need repair.

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  • Albert Nika Mar 18, 2008

    Hi: Ok best to be safe than sorry. The power supply then has shorted out. You still should keep the set unplugged, since the the remote circuits keep it energized.

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