TV would not turn on. TV tech tried changing the power module. Now says that there is a short in the wiring harness and that he has to test each wire. Have been witout the TV now for three weeks. Does his answer make sense?
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One thing you can try is to remove all cords attached to the tv including the power cord. wait a few minutes( maybe say a short prayer) then plug the power cord back in and try turning on the tv if it powers up. it maybe a short in one of the units that were plugged into the tv. If it still does not work it maybe a circuit board problem. Sony Bravias have been plagued with a lot of circuit board issues. type in Bravia problems on any search engine and you will see what I mean. You may be able to get it repaired but you best course of action is to buy a different tv. a Vizio or Samsung or anything but a Sony
okay my friend your tv vertical circuit is begining to get faulty you could be having some bad caps or the vertical ic is defected have a tech check your tv for repairs.if you are not a tech you cannot repair the set by your self.good luck.
Check to see if you have a short to ground down by the starter, particularly to see if any of your wires are melted/touching your exhaust. there would be other problems if this is the case, so you need to check the wiring harness to the module and if that's OK, I am thinking you have an ignition switch wiring harness issue. also, check your wiring from the module to the fuse block for shorts there or at fuse block.
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Is this P0605 and P0700? If so read on. P0605 - Control Module Fault Possible causes- ECM/PCM Harness power supply circuit is open or shorted - ECM/PCM Harness ground supply circuit is open or shorted - ECM/PCM may be faulty P0700 CHRYSLER - Transaxle Control System (TCM) Malfunction Possible causes- Shorted or open circuit within transmission control module (TCM) - Failure of transaxle control module Tech notes Since the P0700 is just and informative code, check the TCM for more codes to resolve the problem
93-95 Mb was forced to use biodegradable insulation on its wiring in there cars by the US. Try looking at the engine wiring harness because they can short out. Also the Throttle assembly has the same wiring, it would cause all those problems.
i have seen a couples mitsubishi and i all ready talked with a tech suport from mitsubishi but they said change the capacitors in the shop were i work we do the same but the tv still doing the same then we send the dm module to them and they fixed we asked whats the real problem and they said the capacitos the best i think is send the module to them
Usually, in those Sony sets, a crack developes on a small transformer in the horizontal drive circuit, which causes the horizontal output transistor to short. This immediately shorts out the switching transistors in the power supply and blows the Sony 0.1 ohm resistor fuse. A shorted flyback (high voltage) transformer will also have the same result. The power supply does NOT need to be replaced. The parts should be replaced, the flyback checked and the board resoldered by a qualified tech familiar with Sony sets.