TV has no picture, shut off in the middle of a show.
The TV shut off while watching. The green light flashes for a minute, then stops. TV turns on and off, but has no picture or sound. A clicking noise comes from the TV periodically. System Restore does nothing. Any ideas?
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I have a mits. 82738 tv which would shut off after 20 minutes when first turned on .
Loose sound and picture.
Looked up error code in service manual and it said the lap was the problem.
Replaced lamp and now it works fine and the picture quality is great.
If you have an issue where your picture turns off and the green power light starts flashing, you are most likely looking at a weak or old lamp. Do not be confused with a pix loss and a RED light flashing, as this can be caused by many things. The normal sequence of events for this fix is this: 1) TV turns on normally, plays for 1 to 3 minutes (may be more or less time) 2) Picture goes out and green power light begins flashing. It may flash for up to 2 minutes 3) green light turns on solid (stops flashing) and picture returns. 4) Picture goes out again and process repeats.
You may have been told that "if the lamp light isn't on, it isn't a bad lamp". FALSE! A weak lamp will cause the process above to occur. Other signs of a weak lamp: The reflector in the lamp is very cloudy You may see a "growth" or "bubble" on the vertical glass tube which is the lamp You haven't replaced the lamp in quite some time or it is the original lamp from when you purchased the TV.
In cases like these, try a new lamp. Stick with an original Sony lamp, as there are many stories (both personally witnessed by me and also documented on the web) about problems with after market replacement lamps. And remember, lamps DO NOT have a shelf life; you can store them in a good environment (not too hot or cold!) for an indefinite period with no ill effects.
Tv making and have clicking sounds as tv shutdown as lights flashes?Yes.The board that call the Ballast board might be dying and dead soon.This Ballast board job responsible only are to ingnite the tv projection lamp only.
Sounds like the green picture tube is defective. To confirm you can take the front grille and door off and tap the green tube lightly with something plastic, and not to touch any of the adjustment controls to confirm.
Sounds like the capicator on the high voltage is swelled,removing the back cover,make sure to unplug the unit first,there is a u shaped heat sink about middle ways of the board,inside that heat sink is a cap,it will be swelled on top of it,its a 2200 35v cap.