I had the same problem, it is usually the SEINE module. this unit is about 350 to 400 and they only come refurbished. You can bypass this module which is what I did and it worked sweet, and I have 2 hpx 95s they were both the same problem. This module is for HD off air only so if you are using that then you need a new one if you have cable or satellite save the money and remove the back of the TV and disconnect the module. Give the TV about 3-4 mins to reboot and HELLO TV.
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The blinking power ligh is an indication of a failure in the power supply. We have an article posted on our web site at: http://www.ccl-la.com/blog/index.php/capacitors/ that explains what goes out and what needs to be replaced. If you have additional questions about the repair you can post a few pictures in our forum section and our techs will point out the parts to replace. We also have a repair service if you don't want to do the repair yourself, click on the service request link on our web site at: http://www.ccl-la.com/blog/index.php/service-request-form/
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kathleen2002, If no picture, then do flashlight test! Six words and no punctuation will not garner much help on fixya here darlin. Tell us more. We need to know how old the unit is and or number of hours use. Did unit work perfectly the day before? Does this monitor get power from a "black lay on floor brick" or does it power up direct from wall outlet? When it worked last, did it have a bright, crisp image displayed on the LCD panel? If you are not a technician familiar with LC display technology you will NOT be able to repair it. As a consumer/user, your options are very limited. 1. NEC warranty if covered. 2. Cash+old monitor swapout with NEC for a refurbished 1550V w/new CCFT/inverter/SMPS. 3. Local Technician to refurbish your unit with new cold-cathode-fluorescent-tubes+Inverter supply repair if required and test unit's switch-mode-power-supply. 4. OR just trade up to a new and younger model. Bye for now. louie12fix on fixya or lmistyrel @aol.com
Does the ligh blink a certain number of times and the stop briefly and repeat the same pattern? If so you have a problem that is beyond your ability to service it and must be serviced by a certified sony tech.
Sounds as thought you have a dead B+ from the power supply board. Replacement of the board should be a certain fix. The power supply could be fixed with the help of a good service technician. I hope this has helped.