Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
Assuming your set being older than few years, i would ask you carry out the following test, only if you are familiar with electronics. If this is happening when the set is cold then this could be that some electronic components like capacitors- electrolitics, semiconductors could possiblily be the main culprit.use a hair dryer to warm up the power circuit area, main HT section where the panel voltages are to come. use a soldering iron to warm and check if the set turns on. In this case the culprit will be in this area. Replace and proceed. If there is no change with the warm up, then the component getsa ctive with voltage feed. so make a voltage check from the power and move on, see the +B proceed to the main circuit. solder the drive of the panel, the transformer output. I hope this helps. Good day
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