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It is likely that the internal power supply of your TV has failed

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Mar 19, 2013


I HAVE FOUND 2 2200uf CAPS ON THE POWER SUPPLY BOARD THAT ARE PUFFED UP. CHANGING THEM USUALLY SOLVES THE PROBLEM. THERE'S ALSO A RESET BUTTON ON THE MAIN BOARD YOU MAY NEED TO RESET AFTER CHANGING THE CAPS.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Dec 09, 2011


This cord looks like a regular 3 pin cord used for things like computers, etc. You can get them from home center stores, hardware stores, computer stores etc.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Mar 15, 2011


Long story short:
Had the same problem with my Soyo.
Thought it was the power supply board problem that everyone else was reporting.
ordered one.  Plugged it in.  Did not work.
Inspected the Main/Logic board and found what looked like a black button that could be depressed.  It is located to the right of main processor on the board.  You can't really miss it.
With the TV plugged in, I pressed the suspect button.  The TV made a buzzing/clicking noise for a few moments and the stuck blue illuminated power button faded away.
Curious by this, I pressed the power button and low and behold the TV comes to life!
Looks like I found a "reset" button which seems to have fixed my problem.
Thanks Soyo for not bothering to mention that such a button exists.
I hope the rest of you have the same good luck.  In the event you are still in need of a power supply board, email me.  I have a spare now it seems.  ;)

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Jan 22, 2011


Hi


Thanks for using FixYa. From what you have described it seems that you might have a backlight issue with this TV set. It could also be due to the inverter circuits for the backlights. The inverter is the power supply source for the backlights. There could also be a screen driver problem; if it is then you have to change the entire board. All this is only recommended if you have some kind of expertise for checking the internal circuitry of the TV as these units have high voltages running even when the set is switched off.


Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


Thanks
Rylee

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Jun 13, 2010


1. This may be a fuse blown in the start up circuit or a rectifier diode at the AC input ( the primary side ) side of the main board.
2. In any case this will require a testing of components at the power supply of the main board by a qualified tech. A schematic is require to trace all defective components and replace them about 1 to 2 hours to isolate and repair.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Apr 29, 2010


You will need either a DVI-I to DVI-I cable or a DVI-I to HDMI cable. Your computer should have a DVI-I output or HDMI. You can not directly connect a VGA output to the TV. If needed, you can purchase a VGA to component (Y/Pb/Pr) converter.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Mar 15, 2010


what is the output set for on the DVD player? S video is not what u want, do u have a auxiliary input? if u want to use S video get a cable from Radio Shack, the channel is used for older devices, the channels for this where 3 and 4 but this will not work, if u have a button marked Video in press it until the player shows on the screen.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010


Ur could purchase new power supply at these website.Tv Repair World.com,Shopjimmy.com, Partstore,or Ebay.com.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Sep 29, 2009


Turn the tv on and get close to it and see if you can see ghost images. These will be normal images but will be very faint and look like shades of grey. You don;t want to do this in real bright direct light but a normal light or day light works. You can also hold a flashlight up near the edge and see if makes it easier to see.

If you can see an image and have normal sound then your problem is the back lighting system. This can be the lights bulbs or leds or the power supply for them. Repair cost should be under $150. I don't think you have any warranty left but check ASAP if you do as it may not last much longer.

If you have no picture and no sound then this is usually a problem with the receiver section. Can't suggest what cost would be as it can range from cheap to a bunch depending on what is wrong.

As always with any lcd tv or monitor make sure you know what a replacement is worth before you spend repair money. Repairs can sometimes cost close to what a new tv will.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Sep 12, 2009


Chances are you have either a bad X SUS board, a bad Y-SUS board or bad Power Supply. In the worst case possibly all three.
I a very rare occasions I have seen the Plasma Panel cause on or more of the above boards to fail. The only way to find out is to call a professional to verify. I would not recommend going it alone.
I hope this helps,
Skyassoc

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Jul 19, 2009


A couple of questions,

What make and model TV.

Are you using a external Digital receiver for digital cable or satellite.

Are you using a surround sound receiver.

I will have a better answer for you after you answer these questions.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Jul 16, 2009


Long story short: 
Had the same problem with my Soyo. 
Thought it was the power supply board problem that everyone else was reporting. 
ordered one.  Plugged it in.  Did not work. 
Inspected the Main/Logic board and found what looked like a black button that could be depressed.  It is located to the right of main processor on the board.  You can't really miss it. 
With the TV plugged in, I pressed the suspect button.  The TV made a buzzing/clicking noise for a few moments and the stuck blue illuminated power button faded away. 
Curious by this, I pressed the power button and low and behold the TV comes to life! 
Looks like I found a "reset" button which seems to have fixed my problem. 
Thanks Soyo for not bothering to mention that such a button exists. 
I hope the rest of you have the same good luck.  In the event you are still in need of a power supply board, email me.  I have a spare now it seems.  ;) 

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Apr 05, 2009


The DVI input on this set is meant for picture only.. ex. to display computer picture.
if you want audio with your picture. you must connect to either inputs YCBCr or YPbPr which both of those inputs has audio inputs.

Soyo DYLT032C 32... | Answered on Sep 04, 2008


That means there are no more updates for that TV. You might want to get a newer TV.

Soyo Televison &... | Answered on Jul 11, 2019


Go to home setting on remote. Go to audio settings on tv. Adjust sound from there down to suitable level.

Soyo Televison &... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019

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