Question about Televison & Video
7X blink is a generic Horizontal Deflection Stop code. There is a chip in the TV, IC8005 or 8006 if I'm correct, that routinely goes bad on these sets. It could be one of any number of transistors or IC's, but that one is usually the culprit.
The chip itself is around 40 dollars, and with labor, you're looking at about 125-175 average, barring any unforseen problems. That's in-shop. Tack on a service call charge if it is in-home (if anyone will do that for you).
Hope this helps you...
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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