Question about Sony Televison & Video
On Plazma TV's the most common issue for this condition is that the Y and X sustainer boards have gone bad. Only one of the boards may have failed, but you must change out both to keep them from ruining the other board if the old one shorts out. You should relly have this diagnosed from a on site tech as there are more than one issue that can cause this, and more than one way to repair. Once you get a diagnoses, then you can weigh your optins on a new set or getting this one repaired. If it were me I know I would replace it. Plazma's are almost dinsaurs now. You can get a better picture for less money now than you could before.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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