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hello Press the PAUSE button to freeze the picture you are currently viewing (only the right sub-picture will freeze). Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. Please refer to page 27 for detailed spec. if this don't work i'll send you the manual for free get back to me i'll send you my email address thanks
I saw the solution posted to your problem talking about the picture freeze feature on Sony TVs. I presume you're not touching a button on the remote when your picture is doing this.
Normally when a picture freezes it isn't the TV but the signal the TV is receiving from whatever source it's hooked up to. If you have digital cable and the company is having any type of technical difficulties with their signal, it can cause the picture to freeze. If you've ever watched TV with someone who has Dish or DirecTV while a storm was over-head, you may have seen it happen to their picture. However, if you're able to rule out the cable equipment and the cable company as being the problem, then there is something wrong with your TV. If your TV has this picture freeze feature the other guy was talking about, it's possible the feature is now malfunctioning . Whatever the case, if it's the TV the only troubleshooting you can try is to unplug the unit for 30 minutes. If that doesn't fix the issue, the TV likely needs to be serviced. Follow the link below and it will take you to Sony's esupport page. There you will find a phone number you can call, or you can chat with someone online regarding your particular issue. Good Luck!
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hi first of all u should check ur transistor connections.Check your Horizontal and vertical output transistors.You should also check the horizontal and vertical yoke connections as well as your low voltage regulators.... if any of these got damaged u should purchase a new one.. but try to purchase with the help of a tv service assistant... thank u!!! rate me
your location area may be theres a big machines interfering your AC line. as you've noticed it runs normal intermittently. i suggest to use a AC condenser or a AVR for this might solved your problem. good luck.
I have the same thing. NOTE THE TROUBLE IS NOT IN THE REMOTE IN THIS CASE. It is in the control ciruits OR the power supply ciruits which operate the control circuits. [I think}.
My set is "stuck" on chan. 10, I get a great picture, the volume is "stuck" where it was when the trouble occurred; I was changing the channel with the +/- controls on the remote when the trouble occured- I am not sure if I heard a sound from the set when it stopped responding or not.
Now, there is no response in the set to the buttons on the set or the buttons in the remote- OTHER THAN ON/OFF. -and re. the on/off- when I shut the set off with the remote- th picture goes dark as it should pretty immediately- but there is about a 15sec delay before the sound shuts off [and the pilot light on the set goes red at that point also]
I have opened the back of the set [I bought the set from a crook on ebay, it had been opened, past warranty anyway] and I MUST ADMIT I AM VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE QUALITY/CRAFTSMANSHIP I FOUND THERE. THE THING IS RATHER BEAUTIFULY/STURDILY MADE!!
dOES ANYONE HAVE A SCHEMATIC FOR THIS SET OR KNOW OF ONE THAT HAS BEEN FIXTD??