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john godish Posted on Sep 18, 2006
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Sony kv-32s26 32 inch tv

The tv lost picture, audio was ok. turned tv off for a minute. turned it back on,a smaller dark picture appeared,but in 20 seconds tv went completely dead . could use a schematic

  • lisfan Dec 03, 2007

    I've got a 27 inch and my problem is similar, with one exception: I can't get a picture on any of the VIDEO inputs, but do have normal TV as far as I can tell? Are they on two separate cards? If so, does it sound like I lost the card and is it worth replacing?

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Could also be faulty Power supply. If Proper 110 V is not generetaed by SMPS, the above symptoms appear.

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Video card went out in the tv. You are saying you need a schematic. Be real careful getting into tvs. They have very large capacitating capacitators in them that can electrocute you. You need to take it to a repair specialist and have them run a check on it. Sounds like the video card to me though.

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