My Sony Kv-32FS13 TV sat idle without being turned on for 1 year. Now when I turn it on it says "no signal". I have tried different connections (cable box, connections through the DVD player, etc), but still no luck. I can enter the setup screen and auto program and reset, but still no picture. Can someone tell me how to repair and if this will be a costly repair.
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Is ur tv a CRT tube type of a analouge tv u are asking?Yes than the tv don't have HDMI inputs hubs for HDMI cables connections.Only some projection tvs,all plasma,LCD and LED tvs have HDMI inputs hubs only and able give ur tv incomming signals HD 1080i for a broadcasting and HD pictures or throught a HD boxes or games devices like Xbox or Playstation 3 devices to get HD output picture for like 1080p.
There are potentially dangerous high voltages present inside the set even when unplugged, so caution is required. That being said, if you can solder, you may be able to resolve this. If the picture returns with movement, it is possible that the problem is poor solder connections. Try removing the back and sliding out the main board. Resolder any connections that appear grasiny or have rings. That may resolve the problem.
Hello! Try the audio out. Run the audio to a receiver to see if the audio is there. If it is, then I'd leave it hooked up to the receiver and save yourself some money. If there is not any low level audio out then I'd fix the set. The only Sony set I've ever seen that was not worth fixing was a 32" model from the early 1990's that had bad picture tubes after only 5 years. I am a Sony factory trained tech. Good Luck!
The 4 blinks usually mean a vertical deflection problem. If you can solder you should be able to repair this yourself. Let me know if you wish to attempt the repair and I'll provide more details and instructions.