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Allan Wainwright

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I have over 22 years of experience repairing and training technicians on how to repair TVís, working on the phone all day with techs all over the world. I specialize in home service of Projection, DLP, LCD and plasma televisions. I can fix most issues right on the spot and I am very good at answering questions and troubleshooting on MOST makes and models. IF YOU ARE IN ORANGE PARK,FL OR JACKSONVILLE,GREENCOVE. THEN I CAN FIX YOUR TV IN YOUR HOME. CALL ME AT TV REPAIR, BIG SCREEN TV REPAIR, IN HOME SERVICE www.tvdoctor.us

cleggsan

U.S.
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Consumer Electronics of all kinds. Audio, esoteric audio systems and components, video, tv. Digital equipment for consumer use. Ham radio and automotive electronics. Note: I give advice on tv repair based on general consumer electronics engineering experience but I am not engaged in actual repair of sets. MAKE SURE YOU GIVE THE MAKE AND MODEL NUMBER AND AGE OF THE SET. BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR EMAIL FOR THE RETURN ANSWER DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS AS I TRY TO REPLY TO ALL QUESTIONS WITHIN THE SAME DAY IF NOT THE SAME HOUR.

Tyrone Goldsberry

U.S.
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Tv's and small electronics which include radios, amps, game consuls and computers. I also repair appliances which include washers and dryers. I have almost 20 years as a repair tech and owned my own business for almost 10 years.

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2015-04-12 srt-de705 blows fuses:

You may need to disconnect the dc voltage line(s) to the audio power out stages and see if the power supply now comes up.  You may even need to disconnect the big electrolytics in the power supply to keep

2015-04-12 srt-de705 blows fuses:

I am worried about your installation of the mn2488 transistors. They must be mounted to the heat sink and a mica washer treated with silicon grease is needed for electrical isolation and heat transfer

2015-04-11 srt-de705 blows fuses:

Yes, probably the audio power output transistors need replaced.    Also, for aged receivers like this the electrolytic capacitors in the power supply are always suspect.  Lytics are the shortest life components

2015-04-11 projection Sony tv not working:

Here is a good reference for your basic review:    http://www.somelifeblog.com/2007/08/sony-tv-led-blinking-codes-what-does-it.html    According to the above a zero blinking code suggests power supply

2015-04-06 sharp liquid crystal tv screen strobing:

These are difficult problems to troubleshoot.  It could be the result of an intermittent internal connection or a failing circuit on one of the printed boards inside.    Here is what I suggest you do:

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