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Re: My tv blinks from regular picture to a black screen...
Your tv is on the blink.
remove the back panel of set
on the crt pcb board you will find a wite or black pot.
turn it up or down while set is on this is the G@ voltage ajustment.
you might get 3 monts to a year of extra life from your pictor tube by doing this.
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Sony put i pic killer circut in there tvs. if the tube was not
giving the proper feed voltage on the guns in
the pic tube it blinks off ,sound good no pic.
if you turn up the brightness
on the flyback transfromer you can
get a little more life out of it ,
For the last week my TV has been going to a black screen for 10 seconds or so then the picture returns. It has been continual. Last night it stopped going to black screen, but now the standby light flashes 5 consecutive times and the color went haywire. A lot of red and everything that is suppose to be black is green.
I did a soft and hard reset with no success. What's wrong and is it worth fixing? Bought new in November 2002.
When I turn on the TV I hear the click sound and the TV powers up. Immediatly the red (standby) light begins to flash 6 times on and off. this happenes only in the morning, but after 5:00PM when youturn on the TV as if nothing is wrong.
You might have loose conections on the horizontal driver or output circuit,do not use it like that or it will go dead completely and is going to cost a lot more.If the set is older than 5 years it might have loose conections in the power supply too.Call someone qualified for an estimate.