the problem i'm having sounds like a common one with these
tv is approx 4 yrs old - never any issues before
when tv is turned you get sound and no picture - couple of seconds tv switches off and red light is flashing.
Any help would be greatly apprecited.
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those LED flashhing codeds are useless. You most likely have a problem in the high voltage circuits. You should bring that one to a local shop as it's very nlikely you can fix it yourself, and the high voltage circuits are dangerous.
Sony have alot of audio issues i would suspect audio ic board it is not a hard repair but these sonys are hard to take apart.
I have a tv shop and we do a lot of these estimate would be aroud 200.00 they are very heavy so you would not want to bring it in. Im not sure of road call fees we charge 45.00
I had the same issue earlier this week. 4 year old sony trinitron wega 32 in. I was told by Sony to call technician to repair and have called tech....could be anywhere from $200-$300 repair. I did research the blinks (google "sony blinking codes" to find out what each means) Ours was 6-7 blinks which meant power surge to tv. I advised to Sony that i saw many of the same issues with many of the newer tv's and suggested a recall issue--they denied and where no help. I will buy a new tv now--definitly not a Sony.
Blinking what - how many times before it pauses and then blinks the next set?? Sonys have an error code of blinking to help isolate the problem... (count the number of times it blinks before pausing and let me know).