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Your best bet is a universal bracket that fits Goodmans and is sized correctly for a 14" TV. An example of this is this, however you can also search online for others that fit what you are looking for.
the number of red light flashes indicate where the fault lies...sony error codes are easy enough to find if you google the model with the number of flashes.hope this helps somewhat as you dont say how many blinks!!
ps.line output transformer failure rates are quite high on these sets,usually resulting in two red blinks-pause-two red blinks-pause etc...
Will the TV go to channel 3? if not you need to reporogram the TV to sence channel 3 or go into the setup and undelete channel 3. Channel 3 is the channel your digital box is set to boradcast to the tv itself.
in your remote control there will be one button calles ASM or auto search mode you press it (or auto) tv will tune one by one channel automatically & it will stop.
now from prog. button you can up &down channals.
from vol +&- vol up& down.
It sounds to me that the tuner in the TV has drifted off tune.
Your problem may be solved if you can bring up on the screen the channel bar which goes from 22 to 69, then `scan for channels'. saving the good ones and passing over the poor ones. Also selecting the program number before you save each channel.
I do not think anything is wrong with the sound circuit.