Question about Sony KV-32V16 TV
The problem is from the power panel of the television. It got burnt due to the voltage that hit the panel.
Mostly, it's a capacitor that gets burnt on the panel, so what you have to do is, open up the television with the appropriate screwdrivers and locate the power panel, it is attached to the main cord that is connected to the power supply.
Assess the panel, and check for the burnt capacitor that is on the panel, or you can as well replace them power panel.
After doing this, your television will be in good condition once again.
Take care and good luck
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
Well there are several caps besides electrlytic you have pico caps retrace caps it is not a cap first ck for shorted horizontal output tansistor then ck either the 2sc4834 reg trans in pwr supply along w the .1 ohm resistor or voltage regulator ic will start with part # str...
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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