Question about Sony KV-35S45 35" TV
You're most likely right about it being the power supply section.
]The thing I am seeing most these days is failing electrolytic capacitors.
Look for any that are even a little bulged on top or worse, bulged and or leaking on the top or bottom.
This may be what took out your transistor before, or the failing transistor may have damaged one of the capacitors.
The caps I see going most nowadays are rated 10V 1000uF or 3300uF, but it hasn't been limited to these exclusively.
Give a check to the inverter boards too though, in case the power supply is going into protect (the click you hear) as soon as it tries to turn on the backlights.
Don't forget to check to be sure all the cables are well connected when reassembling the unit!
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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