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    Author KLV-S32A10 "Trident IC Failure?" PLEASE HELP

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      Posted: 2007-03-26 23:00

    KLV-S32A10 "Trident IC Failure?" PLEASE HELP

    I have a Sony KLV-S32A10 LCD. The TV powers on (green LED lights up), the LCD lights up, then turns off. There are no Menu, or on screen displays. You can just tell that the screen powered up, then down. Then the Tv blinks the red LED 8 times. The Service manual says that 8 blinks is a "Trident IC Failure." While I do have the service manual, I am not sure where to go from there. Does anyone have any suggesstions on what to components might be idea to replace?

    thanks, Jason

    [ This message was edited by: jasonbrew on 2007-03-26 23:01 ]


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