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Re: TV turn off every 45 minutes
6 blinks = thermal sensor. in rare cases its the power board but in this case its usually a faulty thermal fuse. it sits under the lamp and can be tested with a multimeter or ohm meter. you can short it out and the tv will work but it will lose its fire safety, but this can get a temporary fix until you get a new fuse. the new sony fuse is like $15 for the part i believe. let me know how you want to procede.. repair center cost = 100-200 $ hopefully
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if you want to reset lamp timer on sony grand wega 50WE620...press menu on remote control then go to the setting you will find the setup button then press setup you will see the lamp replacement-start----yes and menu...
Hi, Its symptoms of weak lamp that need to be replaced. How old is this TV and did you replaced its lamp recently? lamp replacement is easy and would be written in user manual. Please buy Sony original lamp for TV safety. Thanks.
Your owner's manual for the television will contain a troubleshooting section that will describe the blinking codes for the various lights, and what they mean.
However, in your case, it probably means the light is burned out.
The bulb on my TV tends to burn out about every 16 months (I watch TV for many hours per day, so your experience may be different). If your TV is still under warranty, I would suggest you contact the store where it was purchased, or contact the manufacturer.
Hi, This television has an extended warranty for that problem until the 31 Dec.2008. Check out this link in Canada : http://esupport.sony.com/CA/perl/news-item.pl?mdl=KF50WE620&news_id=206. I had the same problem. they will be changing the optical block next week. The spots can be of a different color The link in the Usa is: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/news-item.pl?mdl=KF50WE620&news_id=206# Hope it helps out.
go here for the owners manual for this TV set.
Look on page 15 of this manual, it shows and tells you exactly what to do. Good Luck