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Sanyo DS35590 35" CRT Television

Dead faint buzzing. Replaced horizontal hold worked about a week same thing happened just went out while watching it? Flyback, etc?

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  • MsBlu Jan 26, 2008

    Same problem.. also, sparks when you plug it in.

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Are you replacing the compasator PHE 820 M it is blue rectangle next to the fuse

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  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2008

    i have the noise that means bad compasator but no sparks it was working and just kept blowing fuses now wont work at all

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I have the 35 inch TV model ds35590 and the chasis number is 35590-00. what TV is doing is when you plug it in even before you turn the power on it will blow the fuse i have checked all the rectfires. i havd checked the Horzontle transistor also. not sure about the regulator dose any one have any idea what would cause that on this tv it is a sano and i know from past exparance most TVs have little querks that causes problems. Thank you

David If you do have any ideas could you e-mail mme at [email protected]

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