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My sanyo tv have standby power. and then cannot switch the secondary switch

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Hello, it sounds like a power supply problem. When the powersupply in the tv detects a short or a problem it automatically reverts to safe mode or standby. It could be just a resistor or it could be something else. If its just the resistor or similar you'd be looking at around $100. Get a couple of quotes and pick the best. Thank you, I hope Ive helped.

Posted on Mar 28, 2011

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