Question about Sony KV-24FV12 24" TV
You will need to open the rear panel after disconnecting the power. Check on the audio amplifier for output, check for main voltage on the output, check the speakers, use a multimeter to probe if you are familiar,Try to inject an audio signal to find the section which will not respond. Once the section is isolated the fault can be zeroed in for confirmation.hope you try.Godd day
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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