Hi am ben, my sumsang tv cant turn on, was switched off and on turning it on, never worked. later i realized that when it powerd it caused the cct breaker to trip but the fuse never blowed.i replaced the power transitor C5299 &it stopped triping the cct breaker but still cannot turn on.Advice (my Tv is a 29" CRT colored TV)my email adress. - firstname.lastname@example.org
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At the risk of making you angry, did you verify that 1) it's actually plugged in, and 2) is it plugged into a wall socket operated by a light switch that isn't turned on? (I've actually done the later...Thought I was going to be bald! It was driving me nuts! I KNEW I had done EVERYTHING right, but it wouldn't turn on...Then I realized that I had plugged it into a socket that was also operated by a light switch...yup...turned on the switch...everything after that was LOVELY! Except me...where I kept kicking myself for not catching that sooner!
That's probably not your problem, but I thought I'd mention it...
Sounds like an RCA but there are plenty of the tvs that have the same problem it is the little solenoid that pulls in to turn the set on . If you know how you can replace with a optic coupler and that is that if not you can take front off and see right behind the on-off switch is the part so if you can tap it while powered up and see if you can get it to turn on by hitting switch and tapping on it at the same time. Its a little square thing behind on-off switch Appliance store has them you could go and see what they look like at store if you need to
HI, the fly back transformer has failed in your unit. this will occur if the dust level is high inside the set. the dust will settle on the cooper windings and, create an arch that will short out the entire power sector of this unit.
The fly back is usually the first to take the hit. replacing this will fix this issue.
6/1/2010 11:34:21 AM Good morning I have sound problem it started with the cable hook up there box to the television, now sound is very low. Turn up the TV control to max, nothing but low sound. Of course cable people have no idea of a problem, I disconnected the cable but the same problem, love the set work for two years, note: thing happen when all analog change to digital. help!
Hii.... first I like to know the chassis of yor KV27FS100..
sound like problem with regulated parts block.....and can more helpfull if you count the blinking of the LED....sony have selft diagnostic at the LED Blinking.....
The smell of something burning is not a good sign. The clicking sound you are hearing could be a relay or breaker kicking in and out as a result of whatever is wrong.
This could be cause by:
1. A problem in the power supply.
2. A problem with the Horizontal Output Stage.
3. The Flyback transformer.
Someone gave me a TV once that had the same problem. I determined that it had a bad flyback transformer. I replaced the transformer and the TV worked about 5 secs before I saw some black smoke come out of the new flyback. I turned it off right away and realized that something else was bad that caused the original flyback to burn up. The same thing was causing the new flyback to go as well. It turned out to be a shorted, 50 cent hi-speed switching diode. Fortunately, because I had turned the set off quickly when the 2nd flyback started to smoke, once I replaced the diode, the TV was fixed.
If you want to get it working again, you'll need to have it serviced.
hi there, you can try the front panel switch to unlock it or to turn it on. if still same problem you do have an electronic parts trouble with your unit. check the power supply section of your tv and test some electronic parts. ty
HAD same problem, TV went click, turned off, dead. Could not reset by unplugging, remote wouldn't work. Suspected power supply related problem. Pulled back cover off (6 screws, 4 along top, 1 in each bottom corner). Pull cover back slowly as there are a few wires that are secured to screen by a plastic retainer - located on left side as viewed from rear. Just untwist the retainer to give you more slack to pull cover back, put wires back later. I replaced the BLOWN FUSE located on circuit board at left rear where the power cord comes in and connects to same circuit board. My local TV parts and service stores would NOT sell the fuse to me, they wanted a service call out of the deal. So, I ordered the fuse online from PARTSTORE.COM out of NY. The fuse is Panasonic Part #XBA2A00101F, is 6.3A @ 125VAC, and costs $1.95. I DO realize that the fuse blew for reasons unkown, but at least I have my TV back until another day.