Hi, I have a Sanyo DS35520, it worked the other night but I turned on today finding that the sound still works but NO VIDEO. The tv was all RED at first but now it all black now with no video. Any solution? Thanks
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Maybe faulty power switch or its blown a fuse or the powwer supply inside the TV is kaput.
If its out of warranty get in touch with a reputable TV mechanic and ask them to come and repair it. It might be good to get a ballpark figure on how much it's going to cost.
It's doubtful your dog caused the problem; this model has seemed less reliable than most Sanyo products, there are many threads to be found detailing a number of different failures.
The problem is most likely related to the power supply but its behavior could be caused by protective circuits and a failure in the high voltage section.
You may have trouble having the set repaired for less than the cost of replacement. Parts specific to models over 4-5 years of age may be tough to find and you may be without TV for weeks if you choose to repair it.
Its a possibility that the micro could be bad BUT most likely the standby power supply or the running power supply is bad as the regulators go bad alot in these. Also i dont know if this is one of the serial #s that the horizontal output would blow out and cause this problem because of the mounting screw came loose. If your not a tv or electronic tech, there are hundreds of volts inside this puppy ,so I would recommend that you take to a pro. Good Luck