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Sony KP-61HS10 61 in. Rear Projection Television

I have a Sony KP-61HS10 61 in. Rear Projection Television it's about 6 years old, yesterday it whent black no sound, no picture, the timer/standbuy light just flashes, can anyone help me fix it

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  • Juan Sancders Apr 07, 2007

    do you know any one in the Riverside,CA area

  • Anonymous Nov 18, 2007

    I am having the same problem. The TV set just powered off by Itself. Did a power reset - after 60 second wait. The timer/Standby light flashes red continuously - once every 60 seconds. Sony Helpline have advised to contact a repair technician.

    If the route of problem is falut in power supply, how big or costly can this be?

  • wesout Nov 25, 2007

    I'm having the same problem with my KP-61HS10, except my standby light flashes twice every 3 seconds. Any estimates on how much it could be to fix? I bought it used a few years ago and might just cut bait.

  • donnymcgee Sep 10, 2008

    The timer light just keeps blinking, there is no picture or sound. I unplugged it for over 8 hours and when I turn it on it does the same thing. Is it a fuse and am I able to repair it myself. I contacted sony and they said call a technician. I called a couple of technicians they all said it would cost anywhere from $700-$900 to repair.



    Please advise

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My tv has the same problem but it blinks five time with no picture but good sound

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Mine blinks like 5 or 6 times - picture goes out, but sound stays. It has been at the repair shop for 1.5 months and the tech finally sees the problem. He says 3 new tubes will fix it, but the blue is discontinued. Can anyone confirm?

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Check for shorted capacitor near IHVT. 102K/2KV---use 102K/3KV Sony #1-161-754-00. Also,check for open pico fuse in power supply.

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Plug it out to reset itself and if that does not work,you will have to call a tech as the tv has a problem in its power supply an its related circuit good luck.

Posted on Apr 06, 2007

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