Question about Zenith D32D51 32" TV
Caution: Never power on the TV set again until this fault is retified.
It is anode arcing takes place inside the TV. Its final anod cap is arcing with neighboring surroundings. A smoke like fume along with a foulin smell will be there. It is repairable. Its Line Output Transformer [LOT] shoud be replaced with similar type and number. Before connecting the anode cap to the final anode of the picture tube, cleen the anode hole and surrounding area with some sort of cleaning solvent [we uses pure turpentine for that purpose], throughly, and wipe it out to dry out well.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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your problem is due short circuit in horizontal section of tv
your problem & smell is due to horizontal section failure.
in that section
1 flyback transformer & horizontal output transistor might be faulty.
but remember to check power supply is normal other wise it may fail again.
for skilled technician it is not a major problem &easy to fix at fair cost.
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