Question about Sony KV-32S26 32" TV
If you see a brief spark at the outlet when plugging in the power cord, this may be absolutely normal. It is the surge that happens when a modern switching supply is plugged in and that big capacitor charges up. If no fuses blow, and the spark occurs every time it is very likely normal. Some poorly designed supplies give a real arc-weld when plugged in, most just crackle a bit.
To the original problem, most newer sets have a small amount of power that is supplied to a microprocessor control board. If this small supply is out for some reason the set won't turn on.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Where you saw the Arcing, check closer to see wether the components are not loose on the board. You may only have to resolder the joints and problem solved. If the arcing takes place towards the tube, then you have a more serious fault. Thus involving High Tension, so I would not advise trying to repair that area if you are not familiar with TV repairs. Please unplug set before commencing any work. Regards and good luck, JUS004
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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What are the symptoms? Is the set dead? Please clarify
model number from back of set...The red power light coming on means the AC fuse is OK, but the B+ fuse may be bad. If that
is true,check the horiz o/p xistor and get back to me....T.
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