Question about Sony Televison & Video
Your TV has an overload due to some faulty components inside it. This type of fault is usually noted with overheating of horizontal output transistor connected to LOT of the TV. This may be due to LOT fault, or fault to the transistor itself. When it overheats, it put a short between supply rail, and the power supply regulator system inside your TV will detect that short and will shut down automaticaly. Please note; if the TV works after some time, say after 15 or 20 minutes; and again shuts down after working for a short period, and the cycle repeats, surely there is a winding short inside LOT, which cannot be detected by normal multimeter measurments. If it is so, replace LOT and the horizontal output transistor at the same time.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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