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I have a Sony tv (32v-s15) and the picture was slow to appear (even though the volumn was fine) so I turned it off, then on again, and it worked. The next time I tried to turn it on, the whole thing just shut off and I cannot get it to turn on now--no power at all. I have the back off, and the small fuse looks ok. What can I do?

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Your TV has something shorted inside, and is not a direct short. If it was a direct short, the fuse have been blown. Through my experience I advise you to replace the Picture Tube base socket, which can be located at the picture tube base card. Some CRT base cards will poise this type of problem. as their contacts will worn out with time.

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