Question about Sony 32 in. LCD TV
My problem is voltage fluctuations and grounding problems. What Do I do?
Based on your post/description, I would suggest the use of a voltage regulator identical to those used by desktop computer systems. They normally are rated at 500 watts and should be sufficient for your Sony 32 in. LCD which would consuming something like ~130 watts. Additionally, try to get those models that have polarized AC plugs to match your house wiring and that of the Sony. This would also take care of the grounding problems.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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