Question about Sanyo DS27930 27" TV
Even with the set turned off, there is a portion that is on all the time. This is the standby circuit. It powers the onboard CPU and allows the remote to work. The main power supply for this section usually has a fuse. Check for that first. If that is OK, then the stnadby trnasformer may be defective. This is a small transformer located close to the power cord connection. Figure on $20 for the part.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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