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mike melo Posted on Jul 02, 2006
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Sony 32in my 32 is takin 10 min to turn on and after it goes of with sound then pops back up then of but only after the tv's been on 1 hour or so .....any ideas would be much help.. cheers.thanx

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This could be one or a combination of problems. Ive seen this to mbe a simple bad solder joint on the horizontal drive transformer, or a componet in the sweep power supply, or a dryed up capacitor in the standby power supply. Unless you know how to check solid state componets ,this is a job for an expert. Sorry couldnt assist you more. Good Luck

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