No pic (no light of any sort) when turn on. Set makes the noise that accompanies being turned on and the front red light beside the power button lights up. But that is it. No sound or other indications that the set is on.
All the TV's have a fail safe now a days. It looks like that there is a problem with color management or the picture tube. If this is a projection than I could have said that it is a certain that it is to do with the color management. When Tv tries turn on it get a signal that there is a problem when it does the diagnosis prior to turning on and it stops. I am leaning towards the Picture tube as you didn't mention that the power light goes off after it tries to turn on. Please get it checked. good luck.
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Did you get your set fixed or did you replace it? My same set did the same thing. Turned it off for 2-3hrs after watching it and when I tried to power it up- nothing but the sound it would normally make just before the major power up, sort of a relay click sound. No picture or sound but the red light blinks non-stop.
Check your color wheel. There is a DIY guide for replacing the color wheel. Mine did the same thing yours is and my color wheel was all busted up. Unfortunately after replacing the color wheel my set continues to do the same thing, but this could mean I need to replace the ballast as well.
hi there, this may seem like a sstandard problem, but differs from mfg. to mfg. in the sony tv's it is usually an open cap in the stand-by power supply, since you werent specific in your problem, there can be many solutions even for a single series or group of tv's even within the same mfg. give me specifics and i can answer more precise. hope this helps even a little.
Sounds like you have a bad flyback Transformer...Crackling is high voltage leaking. I would quit turning it on and replace the main board in the set if you are good at soldering you can replace the flyback transformer but cost wise it is easier to replace main board. 20" might not even be worth the repair.