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SONY TV KEEPS TURNING ITSELF OFF!!

Hi I have a SONY triniton 100hz digital plus tv, its about five years old and have never had any problems, but just recently it keeps turning off, I will leave it for a while then turn it back on and its ok for a while, then it turns off again. I finally got a TV repair man out, he seems to be baffled, he said deffinately not a conector problem. but would have to take it into the workshop. Also when my tv turns off the standby flashes 5 times if this is any help Model Number: KV-28FX65U thanks Mark

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  • RAILMAN Nov 05, 2007

    MY TV IS KV-36FS76U AND I HAVE EXACTLY SAME PROBLEM,TOO BIG TO TAKE TO REPAIR AND CANT FIND SOMEONE TO COME ROUND,,YET! ANYONE KNOWS WHAT THE PROBLEM WOULD BE? PLEASE.

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    De-anne Tasker May 12, 2008

    We have a Sony (black) triniton. It has surround sound. Not sure of the model and have had it for maybe nearly 10 years. You can turn it on at the switch and in about 10 seconds it will just switch itself off. A friend said she had the same problem and was told it was the power switch. When you do see a screen it is black with a white line horizontally across the middle. Model on booklet is... KV-XF25 & KV-XF29

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Its the BULB people! You need to change it every 3 to 5 years! I have had my sony 55" for 6 years... I had Best Buy come out 3 years ago, changed the bulb... it worked fine. Just started flasshing and shut its self off and back on again. Time for another bulb.

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You have to take it in to get it fixed. Five blinks means AKB circuit (automatic kine bias), the timer/standby indicator blinks for about 30 seconds then goes to the self-diagnosis function. Something is wrong with the video. Check video out, Q705, 732, 761 and other components on the Cboard, also check Q218, 219, 220 on the A board. In addition, unit could be in IK blanking, try turning up screen slightly.

Posted on Jul 04, 2007

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What bulp are you talking about? Can you be a more specific please.

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Tv not working the green light is on no picture.

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Ok, my sony wega, 42 inch, 5 years old has been turning itself off.  The light flashes for about 32 seconds and then turns itself back on, just to turn itself off again a minute later.  I don't know what to do, not sure if it is worth taking in.

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Thanx for the solution. About 2 weeks of not having the TV working it started working again. That was after I posted the message in May. It has now gone back to the same problem. It does 2 flashes. I will pass the info onto my technical hubby and get him to check it out or get it checked out. TV can be a pain not working when you have a small child in the house.

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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    De-anne Tasker Jul 30, 2008

    Two flashes together and then a pause then another two flashes could mean the flyback is faulty

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