Question about Televison & Video
Most likely an issue with the flyback auto transformer, or the power circuitry. You will have to dismantle the TV and probably replace the power board and/or some other components. Best get a qualified repair guy to do this, as I wouldn't recommend a novice to open the set. There are extremely high voltages inside a TV that can KILL, even if the TV is unplugged.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
Just replace the smps so that it might get proper power supply
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi . The TV that I need help fixing is not a projection TV. It's a 19" or 21" CRT television that has built in VCR. I do not have service schematics so for someone to suggest troubleshooting using schematics doesn't help me. I understood that for $10.00 someone who had repaired the same model would tell me what component they changed out to fix problem. TV is still not fixed. Its a Canadian model so its possible that this SYLVANIA model might not have been sold in other regions of the world. TV also makes slight crackling sound from speaker when you pull the plug from wall outlet.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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