Question about Sanyo DS25390 TV
You may have an issue either with a transformer or a capacitor in your power section, or there may be a cold solder joint or bad ground in your audio section. Unless you have the experience and tools to work on the power board I would strongly advise against trying to fix it yourself. There are lethal voltages inside TV's that must be dealt with correctly.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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