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I have a Sanyo AVM-3289G Television that I am trying to repair. As the plug is being inserted into the AC outlet the polarized leg sparks. Once plugged in there is a faint, slow ticking noise I am not able to trace. The symptom that caused further inspection is when the power button is pressed the television sounds as if it is firing up. However, no picture or sound and it powers down immidiately. I appreciate any help. Thanks again. -Chris

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Probably Horizontal output shorted, you would need to check the 3 leg transistor on a heat sink to see if shorted.

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