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Sony KV-32S40 32" TV problem

I have this Sony KV-32s40. its about 5-6 years old and its been working fine until last year. It started off just turning its off while watching the set. So we took it to the repair guy and he let it run all day until it will turn off itself but it never did. So, he said he didnt see the problem. Took it back and it did the samething. took it to the repair guy and he said nothing wrong with it. took it back and been running good until this morning. Now there is No Sound and No picture. But you do here the click noise when u turn it on and the standby red light flashes all the time. What should i do? I opened the back to see if it was dust problem and cleaned it out with those air dust remover cans. Didnt do a thing. What you guys think is the problem?

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  • paul2982 Sep 01, 2008

    how do i pulled the board to re-solder it, is there a safe way to discharge the tube? i do have some electronic schooling. but not tv repair. it is doing the same thing, i can hit the side of the tv and it will pop-back on, i do have sound, when it's starts losing picture around 10 to 20% then the picture shuts all the way down, i guess this is some type of shunt to protect the tube, help

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Somewhere a repair man answered that he recently re-soldered the vertical output IC points - but that problem TV only lacked picture and DID have sound

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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I have a KV-32S40; it also has no picture, no sound, and the red light also flashes.
I called a local service man - he claimed that the nonstop flashing light indicated a bad tube.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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I have a KV-32S40; it also has no picture, no sound, and the red light also flashes.
I called a local service man - he claimed that the nonstop flashing light indicated a bad tube.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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Intermittent problems can usuall be liked to bad solder connections. And sony typically has some that will develop after a few years in the power supply. so check for bad sodler connections throught the main board & give a close look to the power supply & check you work after to make sure you have no shorted pins. good luck.

Posted on Dec 27, 2006

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SOURCE: Standby light blinks continualy and there is no

Ur high voltage is dead.FBT,the flyback transformer,the big black block of plastic with a red wire with a cap hook to a CRT(tv tube).

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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