TV doesn't come on like no power to the tube the on off switch was changed brand new the fuses are good changed some dials can't figure it out sorry on off switch comes on but the power doesn't go to the tube hardly any sound no picture on off switch just comes on then goes off a few seconds later then comes on again a few seconds later please help thank you.My TV is a 32 inch flat screen TV model # 32F531Y
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It's probably a write-off. The circuit board inside has been cracked so that some of the copper traces that connect parts have broken. This commonly happens around the area of the horizontal output transformer, which is heavy. The shock of the fall causes the transformer to bounce and breaks the board. Other areas too may have been damaged because of flexing. And worst, the picture tube can be damaged in a fall, so it either doesn't work at all or shows permanently distorted colors.
It's tough to find anyone willing to repair a set that's fallen. Many circuit board tracks are very narrow and hard to repair. Then it's difficult to know if all the damage has been found and repaired, so even if the set starts working a technician doesn't know if something else won't go wrong. And then there's that bad tube possibility; no technician likes to spend lots of time fixing a broken board only to find the set then needs a new tube. Trust me, this has happened to me several times during my career in TV shops.
Your best bet is to use this as an excuse to buy a new LCD or plasma TV. 40-inch models, a good size match for a 32-inch CRT (tube) model, are reasonably priced.
This T.V. doesn't use a lamp. If you're referring to the picture tube, there is no fixing this other than making slim adjustments on the knobs on the flyback. Don't tweak it too much or it will cause retrace lines. However, in most cases a bad picture tube means its time for a new T.V.
It sounds like the picture tube may be weak (because it's orange) but it going to half ascreen is not caused by the picture tube but likely a vertical circuit problem. If this problem happened suddenly (going orange) then the picture tube is probably good and at least worth bringing in for an estimate.
Check the fuse which is in the back. It should look like a glass tube and the wire inside should reach all the way across the whole tube. If fuse looks good, then the power supply may need to be changed
If you are able to do console repairs I would order a new power switch module the either plug or solder on and switch it out. Without trying the TV myself I might think that the tube could be bad as well, if it is just having start up problems.
If you have a switching power supply then you may have a problem with it. Also maybe a short on its load.
The relay may be used only to de-magnetize the pic tube.
If the set is also controlled by a micro processor then the stand -by voltage could be missing.
so many possibilities that it's difficult to tell exactly what is happening.
These are only a few things that may be wrong.
The average life of a picture tube now days is only 6 to 7 years,base on the symptom and the age of the set I hate to tell you but your picture tube is bad and it has to be replaced but a new picture tube for this set would cost more than a brand new television,I would suggest not to spend any money and invest in a new set.Sorry