If my sony trinitron Model kv32fs12 is raised or tilde from the front, an some spacer placed under it, leavin the tv tilted twrds its back(raised fm the front), then it can be seen.
Sony trinitron mod # kv32fs12, has thrown its video into 5 or 6 colored lines at the bottomn of the screen. If i raise the tv from the front while on, the video will be seen. We raised the tv from the front and placed a cassette under so it stay tilted to the back, this way the video cabn be seen. Pete
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Depends on whether the rear wheel is driven by a belt or a chain. First raise the bike off the ground high enough to get the rear wheel out from under it. Remove the two bolts that hold the rear caliper into the caliber bracket and remove the caliper and lay it aside. Do not crimp the brake hose. This will cause the inner lining to come loose in the hose and when you apply the rear brake, it will not release. If it's a chain drive, find and remove the master link of the chain. Do not allow the chain to come off the front sprocket as it can be a real pain to get back on. If it's a belt drive, remove any belt guards over the belt. Take the axle nut off and drive the axle out of the rear wheel. Make sure you make a drawing or something so that you can remember how the spacers go back on the bike. You'd be shocked at the number of request I get wanting to know how the spacers go back under all years and model bikes. I don't know all that information. Even motorcycle mechanics make drawings or mark them. With the axle out, you can move the front wheel forward to work the belt off the rear pulley. Lower the wheel and tilt it sideways a bit to get it out from under the bike. It helps if you have something that can raise and lower the bike or the wheel as needed as the wheel itself is quite heavy and difficult to manage while trying to do other things with it.
You should open the TV case, then look at horizontal Circuit, check for the voltages here on main transistor collector, if there's a voltages around 115 V - 135 V, possibly you should check this Transistor, replace it if necessary....
sony is very good about labeling model numbers even on older tvs. Check the back, under the unit, or even on top for a S/N and model number plate. If you can't find it, it is possible it fell off due to old glue on the sticker.
Sorry to take so long to get to you. Most sony Tuve TV's are pretty good performers for colour. If you are into that sort of thing, so can be worthwhile fixing. If it has power supply problems, may cost you up to $200 to fix. Rule of thumb, if repairs are more than half the replacement cost, it is uneconomic to repair.