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Mateo Caringal Posted on Oct 22, 2006
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KV-32S26 I had this Sony tv, everytime I plug-in to wall outlet, the fuse blow-up. I know there is shorted component into my tv. Could you please help me. Thank you, Mat Caringal Ontario, Canada

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Shorted power supply ic regulator

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It could be a shorted thyristor, bridge rectifyer or a short in the horizontal circuit. if you have had no TV repair, play it safe and seek out a trained tech to assist you in this repair. if you want to learn read this nice artical I found at another site. good Luck http://www.techlore.com/article/15116/ PS please dont forget to rate this thread.

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I agree with wayez, but there are other possibilities If you can get at the mains switch, check the mains wiring looks good and the switch operates with an ohm meter. See if there is a small mains tansformer in this mains wiring part of the circuit. If there is, it is quite likely the primary has burnt out, causing it to short circuit; the thermal trip will have reset which is in this transformer winding. Replacing this transformer is easy but make sure on switch on that its output is not shorted by another fault. Leaving a TV on standby shortens the life of these components. I have had lots of faults reported for TVs only 2 or 3 years old, so not only is your electricity bill more but it may cost you on average, 50£ or more a year extra due to a massive repair bill.

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It is definetly a power supply problem shorted bridge ,switched mode transistors DO NOT TRY to fix if you dont know what yor doing I got 30 years in it.GOOD LUCK. WAYNE

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