Question about Sony KV-32S45 32" TV
On power up, no picture, no sound
Nol lights, no sound, no picture. It's dead.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
Heard a pop sound -- then the set went dead -- no lights, no nothing, and then there was a slight electrical burn smell coming from the back of the set :(
It's an old 32" set
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sony KV32s45 sudden failure
I really have to say there is no miracle cure for TV's I have 20years of experience in fixing TV's I don't suggest for you to try to fix this as TV's run on high voltage and you could kill yourself.
If you really cannot find a tech to check it for you the only thing you can try is to check for a broken fuse.
You Must Take Great Caution.
If you are a person that like to take things apart you may try to take the back off .
Start by disconnect the power cable and follow the main power cable inside , normally it goes where the main switch is located and there you should find a Time Fuse normally the value is around 2.5 amps T for time it should say on circuit board & on fuse.Check for a faulty fuse.If faulty replace with the same type fuse and before you plug it in put back all covers than you may try to put on TV.
If fuse is good than fit back cover and take to a professional.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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