Question about Televison & Video
This is happening due to the safety shutdown circuit. It activates when there is excessive current being drawn in the HV section of the TV set. This excessive current might be caused by a defective IHVT (Intgrated High Voltage Transformer), or a defective Horizontal Output components (which is found in the HV section of most TVs). I would suggest that you get a qualified TV repair person to repair this TV for you due to the nature of the sections involved.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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