Here is another example of garyseven's problem of Oct 13, 2006. Happily, I discovered on my Samsung TXJ2554 TV that when I unplug the power cord for a few hours (or even less) then replug and power on, the video comes on in only 14 seconds (versus my 6-14 minutes)- beautifully and stays on stabaly. In any case, the Sound always comes on in only 4 seconds.
If I may impose on jomaru (the computer Guru), does my note above isolate my particular problem more to either the CRT 6.3 volt Heater connections (or resistors) or more toward the Screen Voltages? I really would appreciate your reply to this, please.
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If you have stablished you always have high voltage from the start I would look into the filaments voltages,(6.3 heater)if you find a capacitor(no electrolitic)just replace it with the samevalue,Please review my answer to garyseven on the test for high voltage.Let Us know how it goes or if you need more information.
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This drives me nuts on my Samsung. Also, I have automatic firmware updates installed which has throttled my TV. Navigating between menus is a lot slower than what it used to be (bought the TV in 2016). VidMateapp.win
What your describing is symptoms of a power surge, Many LCD Tv's are sensative to Slight fluctuation in power during rain, thunder and lightning storms, i myself was happily watching Tv through such a storm at one time, and when i went to bed the TV would not respond remotely or manually, i also disconnected the power from the wall waited for the ready light to disolve and try to turn on, unfortunatley the damage was done, a Tv Repair was nessecary and since then i now use a belkin power surge protector board for my TV and appliances......one question to you is i would guarantee you do not use a surge protection my friend......and your set will need a Tv Repair, it is not major as what is neccesary is a firmware dump on the internal memory and replace the BIOS Battery as well.
try to look at its circuit board and look for cold solder or loose solders usually solders with crack,they might be the problem,i dont think its the flyback coz you have audio.try also look at its picture tube at the back tru the crt if the filament is ok or it may also have loose connections