Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-32FS120 32" TV
Our 3+ year old Sony Wega ran into the same problem. My wife searched and found this wonderful and helpful web site. Followed these same instructions and resoldered these 7 components. The TV works again. Great web site. Thanks!
Suggestion to my biggest problem... carefully lay the TV screen side down to remove the back. Remember to remove the 7 screws around the connector section. Then, to remove the A-board, you need to reach down on the left side of the board and press down on a clip that holds the board in place. When the clip is held down you can easily slide the board out. You may also need to remove a few short wires/connections to be able to pull the board out completely out of the chassis. I did not remove all of the wires. I simply placed a towel on the tube and laid the board down on the towel to work on it. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
I also want to thank this web site for solving my problem with my sony kv-32fs120 tv. Stand by timer lite flashing nine times. fix was in the main board, I resolderd d647,q605,c690,d620,q691,q611. TV works great!!! THANKS, Rich
I also want to thank this web site for solving my problem with my sony kv-32fs120 tv. Stand by timer lite flashing nine times.
fix was in the main board, I resolderd d647,q605,c690,d620,q691,q611. TV works great!!!
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
I followed your directions on this one and it fixed it--- on the "a" board (main board on the bottom of the set)-re-soldered d647,q605,c690,d645,d620,q691,q611..... a friend reminded me to hit the area with some contact cleaner to clean the flux off also but cheers to you!!! thanks !! btw---- this was on a wega kv-32fs320 !!!
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
I just wanted to say that after visiting this web site and looking for identical problems to my Sony TV, same model number. This post fixed my set and i bet it will yours. I just wanted to say thanks for saving close to $250.00
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
This is correct the TV does not have a G board and the statement that resoldering the parts is misleading. I fixed my daughters by resoldering the following: D647 Q605 C690 D645 D620 R691 Q691 I tested all the parts in the circuit they tested good. I am an Electrical/Electronic Engineer this fix will do you well. Locate the Q605 located on the main boar and all the above parts listed. Or just carefully heat each of the pads in the area and add a small amount of solder. Make sure they are shinny dull is a problem joint. Don't put too much heat on the pad it will lift. Use a 15 to 30 watt grounded soldering iron. (has a ground on the ac plug) Fix it and enjoy saving yourself a large fee. PS do not mess with the small surface mount parts, you will be asking for more problems. If this don't work relist and I will give you voltages to check....
Posted on Sep 25, 2007
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