My Sony KV-36FV16 is working fine jus it has gig screen. I mim, horizontal size is large, the vertical size is fine. I have it 3 months but I can't finde the problem. I tryed on Sevice Ajustment Mode, but some comand does not work. I need helpe. Thanks
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Check its "Pin-cushion" section circuit for the fault. An IC is used there to control the pin cushion distortion. If this IC has got faulty, this type of fault can occur. This is actually a skilled work. If you are not ahndy, seek any technicians' support.
I would look for a Vertical circuit failure. Most likely is the vertical output IC and or open resistor off the hv transformer. Definitely look for any loose solder connections around the Vertical output IC.
Hope this helps,
Your tv needs to be put into service mode with the original Sony remote control and then set the vertical\horizontal size parameter to the correct values and then burn the new settings to memory Google " sony tv service mode " and you should find the procedure. Good Luck! Write back if you have problems. barneyluc
My version is :
For safety reason you should replaced them ( Horizontal ic,Vertical ic, Deflection ic) and olso all the big capasitor nearest the ic....that's my version....if you have big budget for it....he..he....
The rear panel nameplate will state the unit power requirements. Look for number of amps draw. Let's say you read "2 A". Now, depending on where in the circuit this fuse is, your fuse size will be no more than two amperes (sometimes slightly greater if slow-blow fuse spec'ed). So, if your fuse is located immediately near the line-cord entrance to circuit board, start with a 1.0A fuse. If that immediately blows, then increase to a 1.5A fuse. Repeat until 2 A fuse is reached. If still blowing, then there is a problem with the set, either power supply or tube.